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Learn About the Final Days of the Ikebukuro SEGA GiGO Arcade in This Fascinating Documentary from Tokyo Lens | Video Spotlight

Wednesday, October 6th, 2021

As previously reported, on the 20th of September 2021, SEGA Japan closed the doors on one of its biggest arcades in the form of the SEGA GiGO located in Ikebukuro, Tokyo. While the arcade lives on through a virtual recreation that you can explore at home, the Tokyo Lens YouTube channel has created a short documentary about the arcade and why arcades are closing Japan with increasing frequency. It also contains interviews with the venue’s actual staff and managers and it offers some fascinating insight into the Japanese arcade industry in 2021.

Click the embed below to watch Tokyo Lens’s ‘Japan’s Arcades are DISAPPEARING’ documentary:

YouTube Channel: The History of SEGA (Part 1)

Thursday, October 15th, 2015

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Have you ever wondered about the founding of SEGA and their early successes? Join Ronald McFartstrumpet as we delve into the archives and discover The History of SEGA!

Please subscribe to our channel for more great SEGA video content! We are currently in the thick of a let’s play of Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker with another episode going live at 4pm BST. Don’t miss out!

Fan Scene: Shenmue Documentary in Development

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

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A fan-made Shenmue documentary is currently in the works. Directed by Adam Sipione, Shenmue: The Documentary will explore the history of the game as well as feature stories from fans of the franchise.

As the documentary is currently in production there is currently no projected release date. You can follow the production of the documentary by liking the Facebook page or following the Twitter profile.

[Source: IGN]

Video Spotlight: Summer of Sonic 2013 Retrospective

Friday, August 30th, 2013

The Sonic Show have put together this wonderful documentary which takes a retrospective look at this year’s Summer of Sonic and all the effort that goes into putting on an event like this. It’s a wonderfully heartwarming little tale that genuinely brought a tear to my eye. Make sure you watch this:

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