SEGA Amusements Japan announced their lineup for this year’s JAEPO, which is happening on February 13th & 14th. The list consists on 10 titles: 3 Arcades, 2 Medal Games, 3 Arcades for kids, and 2 new UFO catchers.
Among those, SEGA Amusements Japan has also announced a couple of sequels, collaboration titles, and licensed ones:
- Mushiking (which was also referenced on the recent SEGA Hard Girls anime), this new version will begin operations on Summer this year, and feature 2 player gaming. Mushiking’s official announcement can be seen on their webpage.
- Luigi’s Mansion Arcade, which has been developed by Capcom based on Ninty’s IP, we don’t know how SEGA is going to be involved in it, but so far it will be at SEGA’s JAEPO booth. We suppose it may have to do with the board and cabinet hardware it will be using since it’s like a rail shooter that uses similar hardware to the HoTD ones.
- KanColle Arcade, Kadokawa’s popular card browser game makes its arcade debut which is developed by no other than SEGA’s AM2, a team that’s making its comeback. You can read more about this on a previous report we did earlier this year.
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|Luigi’s Mansion Arcade
|Ninty’s arcade title developed by Capcom
|Gacha Mambo Jr.
|A new roulette arcade
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|UFO Catcher 9
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|Cubic 4 Catcher
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|Picture is ~ out Sand
|An arcade for kids in which they have to build a projected image with sand
|K-021 Mobile infantry Ares
|An arcade robot ride for kids
As you can see SEGA’s JAEPO 2015 booth is pretty big, since SEGA is still a major player in Japan. Here’s the map showing their booth, click on it to see a bigger file. SEGA Amusements Japan has their official website for the event now, which you can visit here.