Sega unveiled its new Lindbergh arcade board in the pages of Weekly Famitsu. Unlike the previous Chihiro board, which was based on the specifications of the Xbox, the Lindbergh system is platform-neutral and should prove easier to port to all next-generation consoles. The board has a 3GHz Pentium 4 CPU, 1GB of RAM, an Nvidia-produced GPU, and built-in capabilities for LAN play along with USB controller slots and DVD-ROM based media. Upcoming arcade games intended for the Lindbergh hardware are Afterburner, House of the Dead 4, Power Smash 3, Virtua Fighter 5, and a new project titled Psy-Phi from legendary creator Yu Suzuki.
A priori, on devrait pouvoir émuler sur PC la prochaine borne d’arcade de Sega sans trop transpirer… Rhaaa Virtua Fighter 5 peinard à la maison !