The North American version of the Sega Mega Drive. Sega's Genesis was released in 1989 and competed with Nintendo's old 8-bit video game system and the Turbo Grafix 16 (a 8-bit system with two processors). The best competition for the Sega Genesis would come from the Super Nintendo, who would have a higher resolution and more advanced sound chip, but the Sega Genesis was still able to compete and sometimes out do the newer Super Nintendo, partly due to the fact the Sega Genesis had about twice the processing power as the Super Nintendo.
The Sega Genesis blasted life and existance on to your TV like an electronic Big Bang
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