rjay63 wrote:Sorry for bumping this topic, however a local newspaper has just released a photo gallery of Southampton Sega Park in better days (early 1999-2004).
OlivusPrime wrote:Lovely photos! I've taken an interest in the history of the Sega Parks/Worlds over the past few months, and it's a shame that there isn't more info or photography of them on the net. Some of them sounded particularly interesting, but have almost no internet presence at all. The Southampton one seems to be lucky enough to have more photos online than many of the others.
The only one I remember from my youth was the Brighton one - I never went inside, but saw the exterior during a few trips to the pier and Sealife centre. I really wanted to go inside, as I imagined it to be a really elaborate arcade with some Sonic games that I had few opportunities to play when I was younger - I think I would have been disappointed with the reality!
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