Sega repurposed it’s popular Megadrive platform to use in the edutainment market. In doing so they added some truly interesting ideas to make the Pico.
We take a look at Darxide, a 32X game for the Megadrive / Genesis which is considered to be one of, if not the, rarest game available.
We take a look at the Pioneer LaserActive. A LaserDisc player that included the ability to add modules for the Sega Megadrive and NEC PC Engine. We take a look at both modules, a few games and the ultra rare 3D goggles. Continue reading “Pioneer LaserActive giant look”
We take a look at the conversion of iDs classic FPS on the Sega Megadrive 32X.
The European version of Deep Fear was one of the last releases on the Sega Saturn. As such it commands some seriously high prices on the second-hand market due to it’s supposed rarity.
We take a look at the PC classic game, Prince of Persian, in it’s console iteration on the Mega CD
We take a look at Tengai Makyō: Daiyon no Mokushiroku – The Apocalypse IV on the Sega Saturn.
We take a look at the Sega MasterSystem Light Phaser, including playing the bundled games.
After Sega walked away from the home console market their group partner, Sammy, took the opportunity to re-use the tech from the Dreamcast to make a new arcade board, The Atomiswave.
We play Rebel Assault on the Mega CD.