Released in 1993, Sega's Astro City was one in a line of "Candy" arcade machines, aimed at the Asian market, that could swap between games as easy as switching PCBs. Sega is now reproducing the cabinet at a small scale with the Astro City Mini. It has classic arcade controls for one player — including a microswitch-based joystick — and packs in 36 titles, including Altered Beast, Golden Axe, and Virtua Fighter. While it has a built-in LCD, it also has an HDMI output for connection to a proper screen, as well as two USB ports, a micro USB port, and a headphone jack. It's slated to hit shelves in Japan around the end of the year; plans for a wider release have yet to be announced.