Its ok thought. Would be better with english AES Covers too.
Most of the stuff i did already know or even own, but for people not so familar with Neo-geo struff its a fountain of knowlege.
Its a nice homage to the Neo-Geo thought.
It's great. There's not a whole bunch of behind the scenes, never seen before stuff (but there is some bits in there). It isn't encyclopedic. But what it is, is a great visual history coffee table book... clue is in the title+size+design+price - all a nice balance
If you want to explain to anyone what the neo geo is, just hand them the book: They'll understand why you like the neo-geo, whether or not they're into it themselves.