Sega Genesis Mini

First released in Japan in 1988 before arriving in North America in August 1989, the Sega Genesis is one of the most beloved video game consoles ever made.
The Sega Genesis was one of the definitive video game consoles of the 1990s, and the primary competitor to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES).

While battling with Nintendo for exclusive games, the Sega Genesis produced some of the most memorable titles of the decade.

Boasting a superior soundcard and a miniature version of Sega’s System 16 arcade board, Sega proudly touted the Genesis with the slogan: “Genesis does what Nintendon’t.”
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Initially released in Japan in October 1988 before arriving in North America in August 1989, the Genesis was one of the definitive video game consoles of the 1990s and the primary competitor to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). Though Sega would follow up with new consoles like the Saturn and the Dreamcast, the Genesis is easily the company’s most celebrated piece of hardware.

Sega released a special throwback trailer to mark the console’s 30th anniversary in North America, referencing the system’s old slogan: “Genesis Does what Nintendon’t.”

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