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*''[[Manx TT Super Bike]]'' (Model 2 version) (1995) — Special Thanks (as '''Ikebukuro Gigo Staff''')
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*''[[Cyber Troopers Virtual-On]]'' (Model 2 version) (1995) — Special Thanks to (as '''Staff of "Ikebukuro Gigo"''')
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*''[[Last Bronx]]'' (Model 2 version) (1996) — Special Thanks (as '''Staff of "Ikebukuro Gigo"''')
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*''[[Decathlete]]'' (Saturn version) (1996) — Special Thanks (as '''Staff of "Ikebukuro Gigo"''')
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*''[[The Lost World: Jurassic Park (arcade)|The Lost World: Jurassic Park]]'' (Model 3 version) (1997) — Special Thanks (as '''Staff of Ikebukuro Gigo''')
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*''[[Le Mans 24]]'' (1997) — Special Thanks (as '''Staff of Ikebukuro Gigo''')
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*''[[L.A. Machineguns]]'' (1998) — Thanks to (as '''Staff of Ikebukuro Gigo''')
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*''[[Dirt Devils]]'' (1998) — Special Thanx
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*''[[Dennou Senki Virtual-On: Force]]'' (Hikaru version) (2001) — Special Thanks...
  
 
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Fast facts on Sega Ikebukuro GiGO
Location: 東京都豊島区東池袋1-21-1
Opened: 19xx

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Sega Ikebukuro GiGO (セガ 池袋GiGO), previously just Ikebukuro GiGO (池袋GiGO) is an indoor Japanese arcade owned by Sega.

Ikebukuro GiGO is one of Sega's flagship indoor arcades, being one of several housed in the Akirabara district of Tokyo. While it used to identify itself with other GiGO venues as large, inner-city arcades, in recent years the GiGO branding has been dropped in favour of the generic "Sega" look seen across many converted Sega Worlds and Club Segas. For the time being, however, the site still officially calls itself Ikebukuro GiGO.

Numerous Sega arcade games are thought to have been location tested at the site, with many going so far as to credit the venue's staff in-game. During its lifespan it has also changed colour - originally red, building became a unique shade of yellow at some point during the early 2000s, before reverting back to a similar red colour scheme in 2013.

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GiGO venues in Japan
Current
Akihabara | Shinsaibashi
Former
Gifu | Hiroshima | Ikebukuro | Shibuya | Tenjin