Initial D Arcade Stage 4 Limited Features Real Size Cars
Talk about your anime that has a butt that doesn’t quit. From the blaring Eurobeat soundtrack to the attention to detail of the car’s specs, Initial D has it all. The best tie in to the series was the arcade games that featured mountain courses full of drifting and technicality. One of the coolest features was the card system it used that allowed you to race for cash and build up a car, save it to a magnetic card, and take it with you wherever you may roam.
In Japan at SEGA’s Joypolis, there is now the Initial D Arcade Stage 4 Limited that is featuring 90 inch screens and full size cars to sit in while you drive. No more playing on the disembodied seats and steering wheels, you got the AE86’s steering wheel and the FD35’s seat hugging you on all those hairpins….I gotta go, just checked my watch. It’s time to drift.
“Speedy Speed Boy.”