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Sega Mega Drive [15 Built-In Games] £24.99 @ Play [Sega Mega Drive]

Felix Kemp
Retro, Sega

Sega Mega Drive [15 Built-In Games] £24.99 @ Play [Sega Mega Drive]Relive your childhood or embrace a historic console by purchasing a Sega Mega Drive from Play for £24.99, with 15 retro games built-in, from classics such as Altered Beast and Golden Axe, to Sonic and Knuckles!  Delivery is free, too.

This version of the Sega Mega Drive is actually an update of the old model, with the games built-in and two controllers available. According to a price-comparison, Play’s deal is the cheapest, although many of the other, more expensive, offers concern classic variations of the Mega Drive.

The Blaze Sega Mega Drive, alongside its stylish redesign and two controllers, features 15 built-in games and can accept old Mega Drive cartridges. The games included in this Mega Drive are:

  • Alex Kid
  • Alien Storm
  • Altered Beast
  • Arrow Flash
  • Bonanza Bros
  • Columns
  • Crack Down
  • Decap Attack
  • E Swat
  • Fatal Labyrinth
  • Flicky
  • Gain Ground
  • Golden Axe
  • Shadow Dancer
  • Sonic and Knuckles

The Mega Drive launched in Japan in 1988, followed by a US release in 1989 under a new name, Genesis. Sega’s most successful console, selling over 29 million units worldwide, the Mega Drive paved the way, despite being over twenty years old, saw a new game licensed and released this century, in 2002.

Sega Mega Drive [15 Built-In Games] £24.99 @ Play [Sega Mega Drive]

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Emma Kelly  Jun. 28, 2009 at 11:23

Wow! Golden Axe used to be one of my ultimate faves. Remember that theme tune??

pete rhodes  Nov. 4, 2009 at 10:52

I have just purchased a "Sega Mega-Drive [15 Built-In Games] and want to know how I plug in the yellow and white video and audio cables into my HD tv. The connection points on my television are green blue and red, also located below are two more holes. Please get back to me with some information if possible.

Late  Nov. 4, 2009 at 12:12

I'm no expert, but...
Ignore the green blue & red component inputs - they're for HD signals only. Nearby there should be the standard block of three "old" component inputs of red yellow and white. Use those.
I'd imagine you could also input through scart if you have an adapter - you may well have one kicking around somewhere as you get them with lots of devices (such as the wii).


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