|Fast facts on SG-1000-based arcade hardware|
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SG-1000-based arcade hardware (for lack of a better name), is an arcade system developed by Sega and released in 1984. As the name suggests, it is a system based on the SG-1000 console. It was likely not released outside of Japan.
During the 1980s home video game consoles were considered inferior than dedicated arcade machines, and the SG-1000 was no exception. As a result, very few games were brought to this arcade system (all were SG-1000 ports) and neither captured the imagination of the gaming public. It is likely that this particular arcade system was offered to arcade operators with a smaller budget, similar to the likes of Sega System C and Sega System E.
|Sega Arcade Boards|
|Originating in Arcades|
|Fonz||Galaxian||Zaxxon||Appoooh||X Board||Model 2||Hikaru||Atomiswave|
|Blockade||G80||Hang-On / Space Harrier||Model 1||H1||Model 3||NAOMI 2|
|VIC Dual||System 1||System 24||NAOMI|
|VCO Object||LaserDisc||System SP|
|System 2||System 18|
|Based on Consumer Hardware|
|SG-1000||System E||System C||Triforce||Europa-R||RingEdge 2|
|Mega-Tech System||Sega Titan Video||Chihiro||Nu|
|Hardware Series / Generations|
|Electro-mechanical systems||Sega System series||Sega NAOMI series|
|Discrete logic systems||Super Scaler series||Post-NAOMI systems|
|Pre-System boards||Sega Model series|