Arcade game machines are still popular, despite the rapid development of gaming technology. But especially those close to the gamers of the last century, when slot machines were widespread. The company Sega has once again decided to play on the nostalgia of gamers who such devices are very close.
It may well be that the novelty will be interested and the representatives of the new generation of gamers. Sega has introduced a miniature arcade gaming machine Astro City Mini. It will be recalled that previously, Sega had already released a classic device in the new format.
Why Astro City
In the early 90’s was an iconic arcade machine that you can load a large number of games. To do this, established a special Board. Sega was other slot machines, but this one stood out among all. Astro City is still possible to see some of the popular institutions in Japan.
Miniature machine Sega Astro City
Miniature his incarnation includes several dozen pre-installed games, of which worth mentioning are:
- Alien Syndrome;
- Alien Storm;
- Golden Axe;
- Golden Axe: The Revenge of Death Adder;
- Columns II;
- Dark Edge;
- Puzzle & Action: Tant-R;
- Virtua Fighter;
- Fantasy Zone;
- Altered Beastю.
According to the developers, the flow in this device is much more comfortable than in a number of counterparts. It is equipped with micro switches, which increases the reliability, fast response, and other parameters.
The machine has a built-in miniature screen, but of larger dimensions, provided the HDMI port on the back. Unfortunately, no information has been provided for the developers of the battery or the device will work exclusively from the network. As for other characteristics, the device has two USB ports-A single Micro USB and a 3.5 mm output for headphones.
The cost of the device is considerable – $ 120 (3 236 UAH). At the end of the year it will market in Japan. Probably longing the Japanese will buy up a batch of devices, even at this price. The timing of the appearance of the device on sale in other countries are not reported.
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