After a couple of times, most people would wisen up to the fact that the odds are heavily stacked against you when it comes to crane games that we see at arcades. The RoboCrane from Japan is different since it offers a different style of playing. Users will have to steer a robot instead to win the prize that captured their eye, and this usually means more sweaty palms than ever. This RoboCrane concept is currently undergoing gameplay testing at Japanese arcades, so there is no guarantee that it will even end up Stateside in the forseeable future.
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