There’s a new book on the market for any history lovers out there, written by Ken Horowitz. The book, The Sega Arcade Revolution, traces the history of Sega’s arcade biz (and uses some nuggets of knowledge and some photos from old RePlay’s to do so!).
Covering the company’s formation and rise to success during the ’80s. Horowitz explores over 50 of the arcade giant’s titles, including chapters on the development of games like Hang-On and After Burner. This is Horowitz’ second book on Sega, after recently publishing a book detailing Sega’s home biz.
Both can be found and purchased online, with the newest title here.