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SEGA Game Gear Retrospective

GamegearModojo is taking a nostalgic look back at the SEGA Game Gear this week, following up on their recent piece about the quirky NEC Turbo Express.

"The most important purchase that I made as a child was a Sega Game Gear. I had scrounged for several months to buy what was at the time a very hot piece of hardware, a portable that had a palette of 4,000 plus colors and played Sega videogames. It was and still is a cherished system, one that I played obsessively, not because it was the greatest thing ever, but simply because it was all that I could have. My parents were strict when it came to games, and if they had had their way, I would have been playing an Atari 2600 all through high school."

Be sure to read our previous posts about the SEGA Nomad and the Arcade Legends SEGA Genesis reissue.

Remembering the SEGA Game Gear

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