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The successor to Sega's popular Mega Drive (or Genesis) system, the Saturn proved to be less of a hit in the marketplace, losing out to both the PlayStation and the Nintendo 64 in terms of sales. Powered by two CPUs, two GPUs and a number of other processors, the Saturn was something of a challenge to programme. It did, however, spawn some high quality games, such as the Virtua Fighter series.
Sega, 1994

Donated/on loan from: Prof. Steven Furnell, Plymouth University

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Sega Game Gear

Sega Game Gear

Representing a portable version of its Master System game console, the Z80-based Game Gear was Sega's response to the Nintendo Game Boy. Ostensibly better specified through its use of a 4,096 colour screen (which did not arrive for another eight years on the Game Boy range), this advantage also ... (read more)
Sega, 1990