Action Deka Is Chock Full Of Motion Controlled Actions

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Action Deka isn’t Konami’s first motion controlled arcade game. Police 911 introduced head tilting dodging pre-Wii and there is also an unreleased Castlevania Arcade game which handles sort of like Blade of Honor. However, Action Deka is more versatile than all of Konami’s previous experiments.

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After players drop coins into Action Deka they grab a controller with each hand. When enemies appear you can punch by swinging your fists. Other times you use the controller as a gun and shoot targets like any regular a light gun game. The controllers are also used to mimic steering a car and tossing stuff like plates. All of the variation makes Action Deka look like fun if you can find a machine. Action Deka cabinets are primarily in Japan and they are about to be updated with a new stage. Some shrewd arcade owners may have imported machines (if you find one let us know), but I think we will eventually get to play Action Deka. This game is made for the Wii and if Konami had no problems releasing Target Terror I can’t imagine why they would pass on publishing this.




Images courtesy of Konami.

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