65$ Mini Launched By Sega

Posted: Jul 29 2016, 12:21am CDT | by , in News | Gaming Gear

 
65$ Mini Launched By Sega

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Sega was not content with being overshadowed with all the attention the mini NES costing $59 was getting which is pretty awesome as it comes preinstalled with 30 classic games but Sega has attempted to one up Nintendo with relaunching a standalone console which is a remake of the Mega drive by Sega that comes with 80 preinstalled games to play.

The whole package consists of the 80 promised games along with the console hardware and two additional wireless game controllers so that you can challenge a friend and an HDMI port so that you can view all of this on your TV.

The device maintains the Sega charm even without looking like the actual Mega Drive or Genesis although we can’t figure out why. The game is going to help us remember Sonic and celebrate its 25th Birthday. Other than the console Sega is launching a hand held which comes with a rechargeable battery and a 3.2 inch display.

The Mega Drive variants can pre ordered from FunstockRetro for a price of $65 each which will be shipped out in October. The game is also available for preorder for the same price at a UK store known as Smyths Toy Store.

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