We first reported about the SEGA history book a couple of months back, but by the time we got around to reporting, it the hardcover version had already sold out.
Fortunately, our good friend and co-author David Munoz has decided to take this project to the next level. He is currently trying to secure funding for an audio book and has started another Kickstarter campaign giving everyone who missed their window last time another chance in ordering the definitive version of the book in hardcover.
Munoz is seeking to raise $6,000, and as of the time of this writing has raised more than $2,700 with 30 days still left to go.
In addition to the book, he has other cool things that you can pledge for such as this awesome T-shirt. I am sure Service Game fans have many shirts of their favorite system, but who can say they have a shirt with all the consoles on it as well as an Arcade Machine?
The project has some fantastic stretch goals, such as free dust jacket and bookmarks. Just imagine how cool you would look if you had a SEGA Arcade Unit as a book mark. Every boy in class would be envious of you and every girl would want to be with you!