Sega Japan is looking to release a new miniature arcade cabinet that will fit in the palm of your hand, according to a translated Game Watch article.
The Astro City Mini is apart of Sega’s celebration of its 60th anniversary, which will include 36 Sega arcade games.
Unfortunately, as of right now it’s only scheduled to release in Japan, with no word on a western release.
Only 10 of the 36 games have been listed, according to translator Sega Driven.
The announced games include:
- Alien Syndrome
- Alien Storm
- Altered Beast
- Columns II
- Dark Edge
- Fantasy Zone
- Golden Axe
- Golden Axe: Revenge of Death Adder
- Tant R
- Virtua Fighter
The miniature cabinet itself features an off-white colour, a bright green eight-way joystick and six arcade buttons on a black layout.
Each game is playable in its original format through the cabinet and its HDMI output. It features two USB slots for anyone wanting to join in on the fun by connecting an additional joystick to the machine.
There is no official Japan release date for the device as it’s slated to come out at some point later this year. For anyone interested in the cabinet it will cost you 12,800 yen (about $162 CAD).
Image credit: Game Watch
Source: Sega Driven
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