The full blown upside down ones signed the death warrant for the arcade industry. At $125K SEGA were selling the R360 for back in the day, arcades simply couldn't recover the costs of the machines. At 25c per play, it would be 500000 plays before the arcade broke even, even at 50c per play (still realistic 20 years ago) it would be 250000 plays before the arcade started making cash from the machine. And this doesn't take into account the 3 phase electrical requirements, nor the maintenance these machines required. I remember seeing these things in arcades just sitting there rotting with 2, 3 and 5$ per go signs above them, that kids (the target market) simply couldn't afford.
So you could say, Afterburner killed the arcades :)