Sega to launch VR experiences in Japanese gaming centres

Sega Entertainment, the gaming company, is introducing virtual reality arcade experiences to its game centres in Japan.

Sega to launch VR experiences in Japanese gaming centres

In a partnership with StarVR, which provides VR experiences, Sega fans will initially be able to play John Wick Chronicles and The Mummy Prodigium Strike. There will be more titles introduced throughout the year.

The experience will be available in three locations from March, with plans to have it in 10 centres by the end of 2018.

Tadashi Kawaguchi, senior vice president of Sega Entertainment, said: "With StarVR's industry-leading visuals, immersive haptics and premium content, we're stepping up the game and redefining the arcade experience."

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