Sega's Deluxe G-LOC Arcade Cabinet - Rerez -

Sega’s Deluxe G-LOC Arcade Cabinet – Rerez

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I loved this game in the arcades back in the ’90s. Is it still fun to play today?

Special thanks to The Strong National Museum of Play for working with us on this episode:

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  1. The hydraulic Space Harrier cabinet was fantastic too.

  2. Oh man, I remember the arcade at Golfland-Sunsplash in Mesa, AZ having one of these when I was a kid. Coolest thing on the planet.

    I miss arcades. 🙁

  3. "make sure you play the arcade version" …uh ok i'll pick one up next weekend bro 😉

  4. awesome. Rochester NY is my home town.

  5. another motion greatness arcade is fzero ax and after burner climax
    after that, motion stuffs in arcade is nothin amazin

  6. What does the movement of the motion cabinet depend on?

  7. We had the deluxe in Israel. It was at the former "Joystick" arcade in Tel Aviv. The same machine moved to the Auditorium Square mall in Haifa in 2009 and was there until 2011 until the hydraulics were broken unfortunately. I miss this machine.

  8. R-360 version was literally an amusement ride complete with an attendant (arcade employee) making sure hands and feet remained inside the cab that rotated. It was amazing then and still is now haven’t seen one since the early 90’s can only imagine the up keep on such a complex machine

  9. The G-LOC had a landing game as well? Boy, AVGN might be getting PTSD just hearing that

  10. If you like this, check out the r360 version.

  11. I keep getting ads for “raid shadow legends”. Does raid shadow legends truly have “bleeding edge graphics”? I know it’s not the right place to talk about it, but does it have great graphics like raid shadow legends commercials say?

  12. This game came out in 1990, so even more impressive than just "the 90s". The R360 version is the best arcade game ever created.

  13. This game is best played in a real R-360 cabinet. Galaxy Force 2 Super DX cab ist a monster too.

  14. I have no idea what arcades you were visiting but all the one's here in Canada used that arcade cab in our arcades.

  15. Hang On, After Burner, and Operation Wolf. There were plenty of others.
    Major influencers that have me forever chasing that arcade experience, with peripherals for last-gen games. And recreating that feel for my son and his friends.

  16. I bet you're happy it's part SEGA AGES Switch

  17. Cool. It's nice to be and adult and can buy stuff.

  18. Thanks for making a video of this arcade classic! We have recently picked up an original machine – just as pictured here – which we’re hoping to restore and release in our retro arcade, so everyone can enjoy the game once more!

  19. This makes the deluxe outline cabinet look like just a normal arcade

    I can’t find a good comparison

  20. I watch this right playing this game in skyline tower arcade

  21. I live in Rochester ny and I go to the museum of play every now and then.

  22. I remember the Afterburner arcade with the same motion cabinet and I remember it being mind blowing

  23. Show the cabinet and stop talking ya mook

  24. There's a SEGA AGES version on the Switch's Japanese eShop store for ¥999

  25. It will be released on Nintendo Switch this April 30th

  26. This game is comming to the Switch next week as part of the Sega Ages release. Hope it has the same motion controls implemented in the Space Harrier release.

  27. I sure do love Sega♡ nice vid dude.

  28. G-LOC looks amazing, but no SEGA arcade cabinet dominates my memory more than Galaxy Force II…and maybe Ferrari F355 Challenge.

  29. Afterburner and G-Loc always remind me of Blue Lightning on the Atari Lynx. I went the wrong way around in my exposure to these early flight arcade games.

  30. This and the sit down Star Trek Strategic Combat Simulator were in my top 10 arcade games, the Virtual World Mechwarrior pods were my favorite.

  31. That thing is awesome! The graphics and music are amazing. 😀

  32. I would kill to own this arcade machine. My absolute favorite as a kid.

  33. I know it'd be a bit of a hike for you guys, but Galloping Ghost Arcade near Chicago has recently acquired an R360 version of this cabinet. The trip would be worth it if you haven't been to the Arcade before since they have a ton of unique cabinets you might be able to cover and the owners are awesome. Would love to see it!

  34. If you can get the chance, please try the Galloping Ghost Arcade in Brookfield, Il.

  35. Got to visit the museum a few years ago, totally worth the drive from Ithaca. I was glued to the video games area, needless to say!

  36. The sense of motion and speed was incredible on these arcade CRT displays. Nothing modern can compare to it.

  37. Even the standup cabinet for this game was immersive.

  38. i have always said and will always say: frame rate is more important than graphics.
    graphics age, good frame rate never does.

  39. It really hard for them to do such technology in the 90s. But they still able to do it.🥰

  40. I never played one of these but safety is what I'm really curious about. Did they have any kind of barriers around it so kids couldn't get too close while it was running? It seems like it would only be a matter of time before a kid stuck their hand in the hydraulics while someone was playing and got injured.

  41. I remember this thing. There was a busted one in my local arcade when i was young… and it's left quite literally a permanent mark on me. A large scar on my leg

  42. Now I really want to see if the AVGN can land the plane.

  43. You ain't played the fully deluxe version it is a lot bigger and can do 720 spinning it's called the R-360 it's a bit like that simulator in space camp or a smaller version of that thing in contact movie's.

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