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Take a Look Inside SEGA Sammy’s New Tokyo Headquarters

Thursday, September 20th, 2018

SEGA Sammy are in the process of moving to a new headquarters building in Ousaki, Tokyo. On September 11th 2018 they also held a press conference and took press on a guided tour of the new premises. The move will be completed by next month and there’s some fascinating memorabilia on display in the new building. Check out a selection of photos from inside SEGA Sammy’s new headquarters courtesy of Dual Shockers. It’s worth visiting their article on the new building as they have even more photos of the interior.

[Source: Dual Shockers]

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Video Spotlight: The Sonic Show Play Sonic Athletics

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

Discoponies from The Sonic Show has recently been to Tokyo on a holiday visit and has created the following video which gives a pretty in depth look at what the Sonic Athletics attraction is like at the SEGA Joypolis in Odaiba. Check it out:

[Source: The Sonic Show]

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Tokyo Joypolis to Get New Sonic Athletics Attraction April 25th

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

SEGA’s theme-park Tokyo Joypolis in Odaiba, Japan is getting a new Sonic-themed attraction called Sonic Athletics. The new attraction is an 8 player running game that requires the player to actually run on a treadmill. You compete with other players by simply being the fastest runner. Check out some images of the attraction below:

[Source: The Sonic Stadium]

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Video Spotlight: Crush 40 Live in Tokyo

Thursday, August 18th, 2011

Crush 40 recently performed 2 nights of live Sonic music with a full band (instead of the usual Jun and Johnny) in Tokyo. The shows looked utterly spectacular and Jun has gone out of his way to upload some footage from both nights.

Below is Live and Learn from the first night:

And here is What I’m Made Of from the second night:

Are you jealous of that crowd or what!?

[Source: The Sonic Stadium]

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