... a Sega Megadrive.
What's a Sega Megadrive?
It's a Sega Genesis.
What we call a Genesis.
Good lord, why? Can you even connect it to a modern television set? I don't think you could connect it to mine...
Why? Because of the nostalgic value. I love retro consoles, and being able to play the computer games I grew up with.
Sweet . I own 4, yes 4!!!
I still have the one my parents bought us for Christmas in '93. That was the second generation of the Genesis. I also bought a first gen, and then couldn't resist when I found one of the really small third gen models for sale for super cheap. I then got another first gen when I bought a Sega Mastersystem adapter (that's their 80's system).
It's all part of the collection. Got... what... 18? systems. Retro gaming FTW!
I looooove retro gaming, but I've only recently got into it. The Megadrive is only my second retro console (if the Gamecube counts as retro) ...
I started a group for retro gamers.
Sawweeet! I joined
Oh, and I.... guess..... I'll consider the GC a retro system now.
Although it makes it even more 'official' when GameStop stops carrying even their used stuff, lol.
Damnit I really want to get one, play some old school Sonic . worth trying to get an NES or Atari, even though they are incredibly old (by today's standard) so many fun games. Well Atari had some real **** games come out for it, but some were amazing (Frogger, Keystone Capers, Pitfall, Pressure Cooker, Food Fight, Pong, and probably a million others xD)
dcviper: It should connect by coaxial cable or one of those red-white-yellow RCA cables. Maybe you were thinking of the Master System? I dunno how that would work.