From Sega Retro
|System(s): Sega System C2|
|Developer: Atlus, Sega AM4|
|Number of players: 1|
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For ¥300, a Print Club machine will take a of a user's face, allow them to customise the image by adding borders or extra graphics, and then print a sheet of 16 2.5x2cm stickers. While relatively basic in design, the concept proved to be extremely popular in Japan, particularly among young girls, to the point where it was considered a cultural phenomenon in the mid-to-late 1990s. Being an Atlus product, the machine's software prominently features Jack Frost from the Megami Tensei series.
The term "purikura" (プリクラ), used in Japan to collectively describe these machines (both Sega and otherwise), is a shortened version of Atlus/Sega's "Print Club" trademark. Like much of the developed world, photo booths had existed in Japan prior to the release of Print Club, but none were specifically marketed as a form of entertainment.
|System C2, JP|
|System C2, US|
|Games in the Print Club Series|
|Print Club (Vol. 2 | Vol. 3 | Vol. 4 | Vol. 5) (1995) | Print Club 2 (Vol. 2 | Vol. 3 | Vol. 4 | Vol. 5 | Vol. 6 | Vol. 7) | Vol. 8 | Vol. 9) (1997) | Print Club Love Love (Ver. 2) (1999) | Print Club Olive (1999) | Print Club Pokémon B (1999)|
|Aroma Club (1997) | Movie Club (1997) | Name Club (1997) | Snap Club (199x)|