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The covid-19 crisis forces Sega to sell its legendary arcades in Japan, thus closing one of its main businesses. Console games are safe

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The company they sold them to wants to preserve the arcades at least, which is good. Still sad to see them sold off.

Fuck 2020.

Bite my shiny metal cockpit!

That's really sad. I wasn't able to visit them and of course never will at this point.


NO this is not possible sega isn't divisible

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It's sad to see arcades disappearing like this, step by step.

You know it deserves the GOTY.

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Really sad.
Will always love Sega.

I had a lot of fun there when I was Japan.


Please Watch/Share this video so it gets shown in Hollywood.

Sad face... Maybe they can get Konami to install some pachinko machines.

Well I can always play them in Kamurocho. Not sure what the future will be like tho.