In Japan, Sega has upgraded Transformers: Human Alliance to allow the gamers to ride in a 360-degree spinning machine.
According to Arcade Heroes, the machine, known as the Sega R360, can hold up to two players. The plastic guns have been replaced with an "odd joystick combo" that's akin to the Wii Nunchuck controller.
This isn't the first time that Sega has dealt with this type of technology. Back in the 1990s, the Sega R360 supported several games, but they are rare to find in today's market.
So if you happen to be in Japan, stop by Tokyo Joypolis and give this game a whirl.