Jun 6 2019

Sega is ending arcade service in Japan for its highly successful mecha game Border Break on September 9, 2019, which is the game’s ten anniversary. The game has grossed over a hundred million dollars, and Sega stated it wanted to revive Border Break on arcades, so don’t be surprised if a new version is in the works. 

Sep 6 2018

Spotted in China, this isn’t a crane game, but a money-blowing one. An electric fan is affixed where the claw should be and players try to blow bills into the slot. Read more

Apr 4 2018

Anata no Warehouse is a five-story game center in Kawasaki, Japan that was designed to look like Hong Kong’s Kowloon Walled City. Website Tofugu recently did a review of the place, sussing out if it’s worth a visit.