Sega CD Master List

About The Sega CD was an attempt to jump on the then state-of-the-art Compact Disc revolution, allowing the Genesis more storage space, the ability stream real music from a game and play actual music CDs, and provide full motion video in-game. Like the TurboGrafx-16, developers seemed to not know what…

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Neo-Geo CD

About SNK’s CD-Rom home console of their legendary arcade hardware. Originally released as a cheaper alternative to the AES home console, what you sacrificed in load times you gained in inexpensive software. Where the AES carts could cost anywhere from $300 to $700, the CDs were $50 on average. The…

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LaserActive

About The LaserActive was a mammoth hybrid game console based around a laserdisc player. The problem was that alone, it was literally just a barebones player. You would need to have purchased the PACs, one for Sega and one for the TurboGrafx-16 to play either systems’ games and LD-Roms. The…

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TurboGrafx-16 Master List

About The TurboGrafx-16 was the American release of the Japanese PC Engine game system. While the import had a better life, the American release was stuck playing third fiddle to the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis. Licensing was regretfully mishandled, and there were very few American publishers willing to jump…

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