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Metropolis was the first Sega-branded arcade to open in the United Kingdom, and was located in the basement of Hamleys at 188-196 Regent Street, Soho, London.
Little is known about Metropolis' history, aside from opening in November 1992 and housing a rare R360 machine and the "Sega Net Merc" system. It is thought to have re-branded to become a generic arcade in the early 2000s, shortly after Leisure Exchange assumed control of it and the other remaining Sega venues located in the UK.
- Main article: Metropolis (venue)/Magazine articles.
|Sega-related venues in the United Kingdom|
|Bournemouth (1993-2000) | London (1996-1999) | Tamworth (199x-xxxx) | Wolverhampton (199x-xxxx) | Birmingham (199x-xxxx)|
|Glasgow (1993-200x) | Acton (1994-199x) | Colindale (1994-2008) | Southampton (1996-2013) | Wood Green (199x-xxxx) | Basildon (199x-2005) | Reading (199x-199x) | Bristol (199x-200x) | Harlow (1997-2003) | Tower Hill (xxxx-200x) | Harrow (200x-200x) | Holborn (200x-200x) | Brighton (2002-2006)|
|Brixton (199x-xxxx) | Catford (199x-xxxx) | Woolwich (199x-xxxx)|
|Croydon (199x-199x) | Harrow (199x-199x) | Romford (199x-199x)|
|Sega Prize Zone|
|West Midlands (2015-Present) | Southport (2016-2019) | Hatfield (2016-Present)|
|Metropolis (1992-199x) | Planet Sega Queensway (199x-200x)|