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“If you can find a fine working Sega Genesis 2 then you...”

Written on: 15/10/2002 by sk8erdarkstar. (1 review written)

Good Points
Good titles and game play.

Bad Points
16 bit graphics, but good if you don't mind.

General Comments
If you can find a fine working Sega Genesis 2 then you have the 16 bit world at your fingertips. This was the first system I owned and played it every chance I got. You have a choice between a 3 button controler or a turbo 6 button controler where you can control the motion of the game. (i.e. slow motion) There were 3 models of the genesis that were put out on the market, Genesis 1, 2, and 3. Number one, released in the mid eighties, is a good system, but freezes to much. The second one, which design was altered profusly from the second to accomidate the more avid user by creating a smaller and sleeker design. The final model, named "Genesis 3", was relased when the genesis was in it's last legs in the mid 90's. This model was also sized down, but couldn't play all genesis games. Genesis 2 in retrospect would be the model I would recommend for overall game play.

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