SEGA Arcade: Pop-Up History Book

Jul 18, 2018

Category: Entertainment

If you’re a fan of video games, then you already know many of the big developers of today got their start in the arcades of yesteryear. What you might not know, however, is just how intricate and expansive those histories are. But you can learn about one of them in the SEGA Arcade pop-up history book.

Gorgeously rendered in paper pop-up sculptures, this coffee table book traces the notable history of SEGA and their innovative arcade cabinets – from After Burner to Space Harrier and everything in-between. And while the sculptures, colors, and layout are all beautiful, the depth of information about the SEGA Corporation, each innovative cabinet, and its most influential engineer, Yu Suzuki, are steadfast highlights for any gaming fanatic. Available for preorder on Kickstarter now, you can back the project starting at $46.

Kickstarter: $46+

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