Blaze Makes Mega Drive Rise From Its Grave


1989 officially introduced Sega as the future of video games with the Sega Genesis (better known as the Mega Drive in Japan). Online retailer Firebox is helping commemorate the system’s 20-year anniversary by releasing the Sega Mega Drive Twin Player Console.

The system comes packaged with 2 six-button controllers, AV connection and 15 prepackaged titles. Best of all, the system plays all region games, so both Mega Drive and Genesis games will work. Gamers can dust off their collectable cartridges and relive their 16-bit glory days. But I’m sure many of you are ramming your head into the way, thinking to yourself, “Why did I make that trip to Funcoland?” Shame on you!


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