Een aantal dagen geleden meldden we je over de deal tussen Namco, Sega en Nintendo; die samen arcadehardware gingen ontwikkelen op basis van de hardware die in de GameCube zit.

Gister werd op de AOU2002 in Japan de TriForce arcadehardware (zoals de hardware heet) aan het publiek getoond. Inclusief een speelbare voetbalgame van Amusements Vision, een Sega divisie. De game heet voluit World Cup champion football Series A 2001-2002. Maar aangezien dat wat moeilijk te onthouden is, houd ik het liever op Virtua Striker .

De TriForce hardwareTOKYO -- At the AOU 2002 Expo today, the prototype model of the GameCube-compatible arcade board, called the Triforce, was shown at the Sega and Namco booth. Though no further details have been released since the previous announcement, visitors at the show got to check out the prototype (the one at the Sega booth had it connected to a GD-ROM drive as shown in the picture), as well as some demonstrations showcasing a soccer game. We'll bring you more information as it becomes available. The first game to ever run on the Triforce Board was Sega and Amusment Vision's World Cup champion football Series A 2001-2002, as shown below. World Cup champion football Series A 2001-2002 op de TriForce