Geoffers wrote:Yes, it was the follow up to afterburner, called "G-Loc".
I do know of a person who has one of these R360 versions, actualy set up in his garage.!!!
The reason why they aren't generaly operated any more, is becasue Sega (who made them), dropped support for them some years back. With parts hard to come by, many operators moth balled them on safety grounds... there just wasn't the parts to keep them running safely.
There is a guy in the US who gets all the old ones he can lay his hands on and referbs them you can buy one off him for an incredibly stupid amount of cash, but thay are as new I cannot find the link ot his web site at the moment.
Its not unusual for manus to drop support for arcade game of all types as thay are not expected to have a much over 2 years of peak cash taking service, may be a little more than this if its a very popular game.
Possibly the only exeption to this rule are the Fruit Machines made by Electrocoin like Bar x, Super Red Bar and Big 7, thay just seem to go on and on.
I have found the link to the guy who restores them here it is