The “drip, drip, drip” of arcade announcements for the upcoming EXA board continues! The last main announcement for the platform was of an odd multiplayer marathon game by the name of Nippon Marathon Turbo Hyper Running; today’s announcement was hinted at back in July when Dengen Entertainment was announced as an Exa-Arcadia partner.

Esports has become a very big business, with arcades serving an important role in public gaming & tournaments ever since the “Golden Age” era of the 1980s.

For over a decade now, certain games like Golden Tee and Big Buck Hunter have been at the forefront of esports-style gaming within the amusement space, and with the 11th annual Big Buck World Championships, they are pushing the esports angle stronger than ever.

Happy weekend everyone. Let’s get to the headlines.

First off, for anyone in the Carolinas, you probably won’t be reading this, but I hope that everyone will be safe. At the very least the storm became much weaker as it approached, but the flooding still causes serious issues.

Wahlap is a company that we haven’t discussed in quite a while. This Chinese manufacturer made headlines several years ago when when they released Storm Racer to the US market. Their US division has been setup at events like IAAPA every year, although their product selection for overseas markets hasn’t changed much since 2014 (at last IAAPA, they were showing off Overtake VR, but did not want to allow filming of it for some reason).

Back in January of this year, big news hit the web of a return to the House of the Dead franchise with the reveal of House of the Dead Scarlet Dawn.

Today marks the beginning of a major amusement trade show over in China, known as the GTI Asia China Expo. We’ve covered previous expos from afar in the past (I’ve never attended one in person and am not present at the one going on right now), where on occasion the titles shown there eventually end up on Western shores.

In 1993, SNK released Samurai Shodown on the Neo Geo MVS arcade platform. It did enough to stand out from other fighting games of the era, earning itself numerous sequels and console ports throughout the years.

As you can tell, arcade news has continued to be slow for September, which is pretty normal. As school starts up, there are many projects in the works that will be headed to IAAPA, but it usually isn’t until October or November that we really hear about them.

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Defunctland is an episodic mini-documentary series on YouTube that jumps into the history of various out-of-home attractions. In looking through the first two seasons (they are still going through Season 2), there seems to be something for everyone, as far as the interests you readers out there will have.