We currently have 18 games consoles made by Sega in our collection. While it isn't a exhaustive list, it is a good approximation of what we have here at the Centre for Computing History. If you have something which you would like to donate to us, please head to our donation page for information.

Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher

Sega Master System II

Released:
1989

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The Master System II, was a relaunch of the 1987 machine, and was a cost reduced version of that, it lacked the composite output, the cartridge slot, so no game cards or 3D glasses could be used, it had a slide opening cartridge slot, and came usually with Alex Kidd in Miracle world built in, though a much rarer Sonic the Hedgehog version was also released.

Sega Mega Drive

Released:
1990

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Released:
1991

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Originally known at VR-SHOOTER, the Sega Lock-On was a little known laser tag game developed by Sega and originally released in 1992.


Sega SG-1000 Mk II

Released:
1984

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The Sega SG1000 MK II was released in July 1984.


Sega SG-1000

Released:
1982

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The SG-1000 (Sega Game 1000) was Sega's first product for the home video game console.


Sega Mega Drive (Japanese)

Released:
1990

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The Mega Drive was released in Japan on October 29, 1988, Sega announced a North American release date for the system (under the name of Sega Genesis) on January 9, 1989.


Sega 32x

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-0001

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The Sega 32x is an add-on for the Sega Mega Drive.


Sega Nomad

Released:
1995

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The Nomad was the third version of the Sega Genesis to be released.


Sega Dreamcast (Japanese Version)

Released:
1999

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The Sega Dreamcast is a video game console which was released by Sega in November 1998 in Japan and in late 1999 in other territories.


Sega Pico

Released:
1993

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The Sega Pico, known in Japan as the Kids Computer Pico, is a video game console made by Sega and designed for children between the ages of 2 and 8.


Sega Saturn (Japanese)

Released:
1990

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Japanese version of the Sega Saturn.


Sega Mega Drive (Japanese, Modded)

Released:
1990

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This Japanese Sega Megadrive has been modified to add a hard-wired RF modulator (the original Japanese Megadrive only supported RGB output), and a switch added at the rear to allow the use of 50Hz mode.