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Though many arcade machines used dedicated hardware, some manufacturers attempted to use a common platform between different games, offering arcade operators cheaper ways to change from one game to another without buying an entirely new cabinet.
Hikaru is an arcade platform developed by Sega in 1999. Few games were developed for the platform, which was replaced by the cheaper NAOMI 2 spec.
An arcade system board by Sega, used from 1996-1999. It utilized the most advanced GPU of the 1990's (created by Lockheed Martin's "Real3D" subsidiary).
Short for the "New Arcade Operation Machine Idea", the NAOMI is a series of arcade system boards by Sega based on their Dreamcast architecture. It was used on a wide variety of arcade releases in the late '90s and early 2000's.
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