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. 

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.

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.