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SEGA Announces Target Bravo: Operation Ghost & Let’s Go Island Dream Edition for arcades

In a couple of weeks, SEGA and thousands of other members of the arcade industry will attend IAAPA (International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions) and show off their upcoming arcade cabinets and plans for the next year. 

SEGA has revealed two of the arcade cabinets that they’ll show at IAAPA, and they include Target Bravo: Operation Ghost & Let’s Go Island Dream Edition. Target Bravo: Operation Ghost is a sequel to 2011’s Operation GHOST and features a 55” atmospheric theatre cabinet.

“First up in the video category is Target Bravo: Operation Ghost a brand new two-player game brought to life in a 55” atmospheric theatre cabinet. Players are put in the shoes of a highly trained Special Forces agent. Then using precision shooting, quick reactions and brand new tools at their disposal players must complete their missions. With new weapons, gadgets and equipment, Target Bravo: Operation Ghost also allows players to start at any stage of the game, thereby encouraging them to come back and play their favourite stages again and again!”

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The second is a sequel to 2011’s Let’s Go Island titled Let’s Go Island: Dream Edition. This arcade cabinet has also been reimagined and includes upgraded visuals. 

“Also in the video category is Let’s Go Island Dream Edition a reimagined game that is a follow-up to Sega’s number one action adventure game ‘Let’s Go Jungle’. With Let’s Go Island Dream Edition players are on a South Pacific island diving tour and soon end up in trouble with dastardly pirates. Players must work together to survive everything the island has to throw at them. The huge 55” screen, rapid-fire gameplay and brand new family fun dream motion seat all combine to make Let’s Go Island Dream Edition a fun adventure game.”

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According to Arcade Hero, SEGA apparently has plans to release a potential sequel to Daytona USA called Daytona Reloaded. While they didn’t give any more details beyond the name, “Reloaded” makes it sound like a remaster of Daytona USA. Share your own thoughts in the comments below! 

Via Arcade Hero 

 

Marcin Gulik

Been a gamer all my life. Studied Sociology and Criminology in college, and traveled for a bit. I like long walks on the beach and I like to listen to... (wait wrong site....) Sega Dreamcast and Shenmue all the way!

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