exA confirmed to me that this version includes game content not included in the APM3 version, as well as “improved rendering and much lower input lag.” “Working on this additional content will take some time, so the game will be released next month, but if you want to be there, you can order the set now. There have been several recent reports that a new game in the Cotton series will be released in Japanese arcades through Sega’s APM3 digital distribution network. However, it was unexpectedly announced tonight that the game will also be available in physical form in the former Arcadia, along with exclusive additional content that will not be available for APM3 or the console versions. Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the classic shooter series, COTTOn ROCK ‘n’ ROLL is the sixth and final installment in the series to be featured in the former Arcadia. Cotton Rock ‘N Roll, developed by Success, is the sixth installment in a series that began in arcades in 1989. Since it seemed like it would only be released in Japan, I believe I only mentioned it once in passing in the press release. The new game will be released next week on the aforementioned APM3, and a console port will follow soon. I’ve been a lifelong video game fan and have been running my own arcade, The Game Grid Arcade, in West Valley City, Utah since 2008. If you’ve never played this game, it falls into the “cute’em ups” sub-genre of side-scrolling shooters. Join Cotton in “her” quest for the tastiest fairy candy. As mentioned earlier, exA will have a two-player game mode, which the other two versions do not have. Since this is just a teaser and doesn’t tell us much, here’s more information. It also means that Western users can get a version for their exA system.