Incredibly Rare Sega Arcade Game Found Rotting In A Field
Arcade cabinets are intrinsicly hard to collect, rare or not. This shell of a vintage game could make for a great project? Via Kotaku:
Lee Peters, a member of a Facebook group dedicated to the R360, found the cabinet in 2020, but only recently returned for a second look and took the photos you’re seeing in this post. It was apparently the centrepiece of a nearby arcade in its prime, before being shuffled off onto the farm for storage by its owner, who never returned to pick it up.
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