The gaming Giant Sega, is looking towards opening a Virtual Reality section in one of its most iconic locations in Japan.

Photo Source: Twitter (@SEGA Ent)

Last week, Sega’s Twitter account announced that one of floors in its enormous arcade in Akihabara Japan, will immediately be featuring a VR section. Although it was meant to running already, but due to an equipment malfunction the lunching was a little delayed.


 Additionally, the types of VR headset that will be used in the arcade hasn’t been revealed yet.  With Sega having made its own VR game which debuted in the Hatsune Miku Experience on Play Station VR last year. More so, there are expectations from other company’s game being used at this new VR location. With Akihabara being a gaming Hub in Japan and tourist attraction, people who are planning a vacation to Japan this year should stop by and Wonderful VR experience.

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