With many arcades in America still open, location tests have been going ahead at numerous venues. Including this long overdue one of DENSHA DE GO! by Taito: What's significantly less interesting, but more relevant to here, is this, though: Have to say, Sega's western arcade video game output now just seems to be following in the footsteps of Raw Thrills by mostly bringing out licenced shooters (Transformers Shadows Rising, Mission Impossible Arcade, etc), which is a shame but not all that surprising. HotD Scarlet Dawn still remains the one game that's been brought over from the East in recent years, and even then they didn't have the sense to get a low cost standard cab for smaller venues made until just now (and only for South Korea to boot). I do foresee them bringing back another racing franchise from the past in the near future though - there was talk of OutRun 3 being on their radar a while back, and there have also been recent rumours that they'd be commissioning a home port of Daytona Championship USA to recoup their pandemic losses (which is a bit of a pointless endeavour with the game itself leaked and out there anyway, but whatever they think works).