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New Hardware Additions Including Mega Drive Mini, SEGA Neptune & New Peripheral Images

Monday, November 11th, 2019

Another selection of updates to our hardware section have just gone live. See below for the full list of additions complete with links to each article:

SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis Mini article complete with specifications and images has been added. Huge thanks to Mark Hughes for the images of the Japanese Mega Drive Mini and Tower of Power
SEGA Genesis 32X/Neptune article has been completely revised with a new specification and images
New Visual Memory Unit images added
New Dreamcast Controller images added

Mega Drive 32X Article Now Updated in Hardware Section

Saturday, November 9th, 2019

We have a brand new article about the Mega Drive 32X available to read in our hardware section. This article comes with a complete specification of the console and high quality photographs of a boxed Mega Drive 32X and Chaotix bundle. These images have been kindly supplied by Adam Tuff of The Sonic Stadium.

Click here to the read the full article on the Mega Drive 32X or alternatively you can click here to browse our hardware section. We hope to add more interesting first party SEGA hardware and peripherals very soon.

YouTube Channel: 32X Collection and Q&A

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

In our latest video we take a look at our 32X collection and once again answer questions from our Facebook and Twitter followers. Check it out below!

Also, Vampyre Mike from the rather lovely SEGA CD Universe gave us a shout out in his latest video. You should check out his stuff and subscribe if you enjoy!

You’ve Got 12 Hours Left to Bid on the Unreleased 32X Game Virtua Hamster

Friday, February 15th, 2013

The unreleased 32X game Virtua Hamster could now be yours thanks to eBay seller “gametimevault” who are selling a prototype cartridge. Bidding is currently at $108.49 so if you’re serious about owning an extremely rare piece of SEGA history then you better be prepared to shell out some serious dough.

You can see the auction by clicking here.

[Source: SEGANews.net]

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