Sega Blast City
The Blast City debuted in 1996 at the same time as Virtua Fighter 3, and was designed as the successor to the New Astro City. To take advantage of Sega\'s Model 3 technology, the Blast City was the first Sega generic cabinet to support a high resolution monitor at 31 KHz. Despite the 31 KHz monitor, ultimately only 24 KHz games were developed for Model 3, until the arrival of NAOMI. The monitor size did not change from the 29-inch monitors found in previous cabinets, but the screen was flatter. The weight of the cabinet increased slightly, to 101 kg.
Blast City's speakers are perfectly placed next to the screen. This makes a huge difference for the audio and ultimately the gaming experience.
They feature the original 100 volt PSU so depending on your own countries power standard you might need to buy a step down converter.
All our cabinets are originally used in Japanese arcades and have been tested, cleaned and refurbished by us. Each cabinet that you see features pictures of the exact cabinet that is up for sale.
No game is not included but used to show the quality of the screen.