G-LOC Air Battle

Follow-up to Sega’s After Burner series of air-combat games, unfolding from a first-person perspective and, in its original arcade incarnations, making use of some of the coolest “moving seat” cabinets the industry has ever seen.

Developer: Sega
Publisher: Sega
Available on: Arcade, a bunch of ’90s platforms you really don’t want to play this on, Nintendo Switch

Articles about G-LOC Air Battle

short;Play: G-LOC Air Battle - Following on from my article about it, I felt compelled to show the wonder that is G-LOC to all of you. If you’ve never encountered this game, it’s one of the later Super Scaler games from Sega in the arcades, and until the recent Sega Ages release for Nintendo Switch, it has never had a particularly good … Continue reading short;Play: G-LOC Air Battle
Sega Ages G-LOC Air Battle: Wish Fulfilment - Sega’s G-LOC Air Battle is my favourite arcade game of all time — not that I had that many opportunities to play it as a child, sadly. We don’t really “do” arcades here in the UK anywhere other than the seaside, you see, and thus, growing up in a small village that was a considerable … Continue reading Sega Ages G-LOC Air Battle: Wish Fulfilment
The MoeGamer Podcast: Pilot Episode – Sega, Sega, Sega - The MoeGamer Podcast kicks off with an enthusiastic discussion of Sega, plus recent happenings from around the gaming business and what Pete and Chris have been playing lately.


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