10 Gaming Consoles You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

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With Sony’s PlayStation 4 now available, and Microsoft’s Xbox One set for release in just a few days, I thought it might be worth it to take a look back on some of the other gaming consoles that have debuted over the years with similarly high hopes only to be completely glossed over, misunderstood or generally forgotten about.

In researching this article I came across a few of these consoles for the first time myself, so here’s hoping you learn something today outside of the proper, meaningful stuff that you learned in church or school or at work or off the back of a cereal box or some such. I just think it’s fair that someone outside of the fifty people who bought one ought to think about these machines now and then.

Also, please note that every one of these is in fact a variation on an already-existing (and massively popular) machine. As far as I remember, I’ve never seen a single one of these in actual human life, and that’s as an actual human man who’s been known to visit a shop on occasion (though only in extreme cases of course, like the exhaustion of one’s bread supply or for the purchase of PSN vouchers back in the post-hack paranoia that gripped us all two summers ago). For your benefit, and ’cause I’m just the sweetest, I’ve organized them by category, so do keep reading, you persons.

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Sega

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For the sake of context, I’ve lived in the UK my whole life, so forgive my use of the term Mega Drive, US chums, but it’s a far cooler name than Genesis and I’m willing to bet The Book Of Mega Drive will make for a higher quota of churchgoers if the Pope accepts my proposal.

I’m going to start this off with some of the variants of Sega’s greatest machine (grumbles from the Saturn fans in the cheap seats) as there are so blasted many of them. Make no mistake here, I’m not talking about the various tinkerings made to the Mega Drives 1 and 2 (like a white button here but a red one there), no, what we’re talking about are WHOLE NEW bits of plastic that do other a lot more.

Most impressive is the Sega Multi Mega (or Genesis CDX in the Americas), which combined the fairly useless Mega CD under the same hood as a regular Mega Drive. Though the machine clearly looks the business, it was incompatible with the console’s 32X add-on which meant if you wanted to play arcade-perfect versions of Mortal Kombat II or the wacky Sonic spin-offs that no one remembers because they were only released on stupid optional add-on consoles that no decent child’s parents understood, you couldn’t. No, I am not bitter that I never had a chance to play Knuckles In Chaotix. Not one bit.

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And how about that Mega PC, eh? At a thousand pounds/four billion dollars on its 1993 release, it’s hard to credit that anyone who paid for one boasted the fundamentals of human decency. After considerable research (incorporating half-recalled episodes of Saved By The Bell and making stuff up), it emerges that computers in the early-to-mid 1990s were glorified calculators, also capable of rudimentary word processing aided by the abhorrence of ClipArt and an optional screensaver of three-dimensional pipes taking form from nothingness with the later ability to download a single sample of static pornography over a 13-hour period.

Those with money to burn and seats booked in the more disgustingly well-furnished corners of hell bought the privilege of playing their Mega Drive games on a PC monitor, ever confident that should the moment ever arrive when, smack bang in the middle of a go on Sonic The Hedgehog (as pictured) they needed to insert a picture of a leaping stick-figure priest under a garish heading written in Comic Sans MS, they’d be able to do so without ever leaving the multicolor madness of Aquatic Zone Act 2.

Anyway, it’s basically a computer and a Mega Drive. I like the white controller, but that’s it. Everything else about it makes my mind cry. A thousand pounds. Lordy.

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There’s also a similar but different (honest) machine called the TeraDrive that allows you to run PC functions and play Mega Drive games at the same time. Who on earth thought they needed such functionality? Plus, and I’m no historian or nothing, but seeing as the Internet wasn’t invented by Al Gore until 2003, if you had a Sega on the same machine then such once-popular activities such as calculating and processing words would now be obsolete. M’just sayin’. What I’m not just sayin’ was that such devices were actually credible forerunners to gaming PCs and the general adaption of modern machines as media centers and that they deserve more credit than has been afforded them in the paragraphs of this very article. Not sayin’ that at all. Stupid Sega PCs.

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Sega also released a portable version of the Mega Drive called Nomad. I would have called it The Mega Boy (the “The” is mandatory) because I am better at names than Sega. Nomad ran the home console’s cartridges right in the back of its big ass self, required six batteries to fuel its reportedly limited play sessions and had no reset button, so completion of certain titles (most notably 1993’s X-Men) was apparently, impossible. Way to go. My hands ache just looking at it. Game Gear it ain’t.

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Finally, the most humble member of the Genesis family, the ill-fated Genesis 3. Yes, it’s a beauty, but it had so much gear removed from its hardware that it was sold for, at its lowest, a mere £20. What’s that in American dollars, like, three bucks? A buck fiddy? Remember that £1,000 console I mentioned ages and ages ago? Well this one costs, like, a…hang on, yeah, a fiftieth of that (guess that Mega PC calculator would come in handy after all.)

The thing that baffles me about the Genesis 3 is that it was available until 1998 or so as I recall, which is a full three years after the release of the Playstation, and the same year that Metal Gear Solid and Resident Evil 2 were released. That they were still selling Mega Drives the year Resident Evil 2 came out says a lot about the console’s popularity, but more still about Sega’s failure to straight up move on to bigger and better things which would damage them in years to come.

A final Mega Fact – the console is so popular in Brazil that new games are still released for it (though obviously not developed by major studios or in any way legally). So, you could be playing brand new (but hideously outdated) games on your Mega PC, TeraDrive, Nomad or Mega Silly SuperContraptor or whatever the shit Sega was thinking all those years if you just moved to Brazil and bought a bunch of crappy machines no-one ever wanted.

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Nintendo

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I wanted to discuss the Nintendo 64DD first because LOL bras. This was an add-on available in the late 90s to make the already-impressive console more impressive, but despite its apparent power and amusingly mammary moniker, it only ever supported (ahahahaha) nine games and the only person I ever met who knew about its existence was named Graham (and that is absolutely true), and I think he might have spelled it Graeme.

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I’ve already facetiously addressed the industry’s fondness for sticking fun game consoles inside crappy boring grey computers, but real talkin’ bro, have you ever wished your favorite machine could be switched from Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo: Hyper Fighting (real game) to beamed-from-space television at the flick of a button? No worries (except for the fact that even on modern consoles that’s not as simple as you’d think in 20-bleedin’-13), you just need to get yourself a Nintendo Satellaview: the SNES that’s also a Satellite recievery player doodad yoke. The tech of this machine baffles me and I can do no more research on it than I’ve already exemplified. Just know that despite persistent rumors, it did NOT allow you to control live television with an SNES pad.

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I guess on a list of failed consoles Nintendo’s Gamecube could arguably secure a spot. Hold off, fanboys: I loved that little machine (I’ve got mine within sight even as I type), but the little purple box that could, well, couldn’t. It never really took off like the Big Two’s consoles and as far as core gamers are concerned Nintendo’s been at a disadvantage ever since. What could have made it a more worthy venture? A DVD player? Being silver? Having a single letter of the alphabet for a name? Witness ye now, traveler, the Panasonic Q, the least sexily titled machine on this or any list.

Basically, it’s a Japan-only hybrid of a DVD player and a Nintendo Gamecube. Sure, it looks nice (reeeeeally nice), but considering that both components could be bought separately for less than it cost at retail, it only sold to big silly idiots with tar in their skulls. Despite that groovy Gamecube logo with the little angular ‘Q’ worked into it, it was gorgeous but totally moronic and indefensibly invalid. Like Kim Kardashian! HIYOOOOOOO.

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Sony

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On, at last, to Sony. I bet, since you’re not as messed up as me, you don’t recall people referring to the original Playstation as ‘PSX’ with a twitch in your eye. Man, I hated that. You saw it on forums a lot (because the entirely reasonable abbreviation of ‘PS’ is apparently not reasonable at all), and often in cheaper third-party gaming magazines in the 1990s in those phone-up-for-a-cheat-code ads with the guy in the long leather coat and sunglasses.

With the release of the actual PSX in 2003, you would have thought such blatant wrongness would have ceased, but as it panned out the truly gorgeous white machine (which recorded digital video as well as playing PS2 titles, which the PS3 can’t even do!) bombed and everyone else got to continue in their abuse of extras x’s forever and ever and ever. Still, it briefly worked in my pedantic favor when correcting folks for all of a month or whatever.

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Finally, the only game machine on this list that’s actually a television. Yes, the Sony KDL22PX300 is a television first and foremost, released only a few years ago, but with a PS2 built in. Not a PS3, no, but a console that was in fact at the time of this hardware’s release a generation old. Also, it only runs in 720p, which for a TV with the capabilities of running videogames is pretty, pretty, pretty poor. And it’s fugly. What I don’t get about it is literally every part of its design and functionality. Still, at least it doesn’t run on Windows…

Had I more energy I’d continue on this journey into absolute brain-numbing hardware development but the hour is late and I’ve meters to go before I sleep and promises (that I’d get some sleep) to keep. I’m sure Sony’s PS4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One are likely to do a little better than most of the above, but it’s due in some small part to the above machines’ influence that you’re even able to browse the Internet, watch TV and play Sonic 2 on a game machine these days at all, so spare them a thought as you get stuck in and please, if you have any classic console memories to share, do so below.

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  • Benjamin Cyr

    Is this accurate? If I remember the Genesis 3 was not manufactured by Sega at all, it was licensed by another company. So the idea that Sega didnt move ahead with the times is not correct. They were not involved in this version of the console. Also the CDX could NOT play 32X games, it was only a hybrid of the CD and Genesis. The 32X could NOT be used on it. The fact that Sega DID want to keep moving forward is WHY we got the Sega CD, the 32X, and the Saturn all in a window of a few years.

    The PS2 did not end production until 2012 and 2013 (depending on region), so your listing of the Sony TV that can play PS2 games is not correct either (as it was released 2 years before the PS2 console was discontinued, and games are STILL being released for it as of this past summer). So either the TV came out THIS MONTH or that entire time frame you presented is false.

    • Matt

      Thanks for pointing that out. We’ve gone back and made the necessary changes.

    • jayman419

      Sega had a plan, they had the future all figured out. There was the Genesis for entry level gamers (or kids, essentially), then they had the Sega CD and the 32x for gamers to grow into, or for those on a budget but who wanted to play games with higher quality graphics or sound. Finally they had the Saturn coming out for people who were willing to spare no expense on their hobby, and wanted the very best quality that money could buy.

      What Sega didn’t foresee was that gamers would be willing to accept ugly polygon-based games so readily, especially when sprite-based games were really reaching their apex as far as what could be done both artistically and as far as gameplay goes.

      The Saturn was designed for sprites. Big, beautiful handdrawn art like Darkstalkers and DragonForce. But Sony was able to make a cheap console that focused on polygon-based games, with sprites as an afterthought. Sega quickly redesigned their architecture, adding another core to support this new style of graphics. Unfortunately, this made the system very difficult to program for (at least for some companies) and even with the changes, it still wasn’t enough to bring their system on par with what the PSX could do out of the box.

      • born_naughty

        PSX? Really?

      • Phillip Blair

        Dude, it’s either a ps or ps1, the psx was a totally different console, as you should have just learned.

    • Joko

      The 32X did work on the CDX, you just needed the right cable. I think I found something at Radio Shack that worked, but I did get it working.

  • Rogerio Ap Silva de Andrade

    What were the two consoles that “took off” against the GC? At that time, only PS2 sold well and dominated the market. Xbox sold similar numbers to the GC. Neither one actually “took off”. Xbox only get the attention of big audiences on its second instance

    • S. Doblex Esquire

      Xbox sold more units than Gamecube in less time and had Xbox Live. Had Microsoft’s first console not done well they wouldn’t have had a second.

      • Dion Abbott

        Losing billions = doing well.

      • Simon Stevens

        Hardware sales don’t make money, third party game sales don’t make money for the platform there on, first party does, 100% profit infact, gc made money despite low hardware lifetime sales, Nintendo have the best selling ips in the industry and have sold more units of software than any other publisher, fact.

      • TheRequiem95

        The Xbox did okay, but they still pulled the plug on it after only 4 years. It was always meant to just get Microsoft’s foot in the gaming door, which it did, but it never really did well outside the US, where it was still a very distant second behind the PS2, at best.

        • taz

          The First Xbox did well in Australia for the time . I still have one with plenty of games. Preferred it over the 360 actually and still use it to this day.
          I stopped bothering about xbox live once i was sick of Halo on 360 as there wasn’t anything else of note worth playing on it.
          Problem was great games like Mech assault and Conkers bad fur day suffered when they dumped xbox live access on the first xbox before they really should have.
          Still , it was well built and still runs perfectly 13 years later.
          My PS1 and Dreamcast still run perfectly as well.
          They used to actually make machines that lasted.

  • Ray186

    I still Have my Sega CD and all of the games that I brought. It still works just fine. It wasn’t just a game console though. It was also a gigantic portable CD player.

    • blessedswine

      i still got my saturn and all the games including Panzeer dragoon and it still works the memory card is bad though!!! wish i could get another one of those somewhere.

  • Andrew Hoback

    hah, you fell, I have heard of the genesis 3, in fact, I was holding it in my hand while reading this article, I was appose to put it away but I got distracted, I live in the usa

  • Joko

    Not true about the CDX not being compatible with the 32X. You just needed the right cables, I got it to work for me.

    • Nightwing

      Yeah. My cdx works fine with the 32X.

      • LarryBundyJr

        Exactly, the only “incompatibility” was it would topple over from the weight if you didn’t prop it up properly.

        • jasonZak

          Larry I watch you on YouTube and I just wanna say it’s arson that you actually reply to comments and whatnot. Also, it’s a real pleasure seeing you here.

          Did the UK get the PSX? I thought it was only available in Japan.

          • LarryBundyJr

            Ah thanks dude :D Well, I always feel that peopl have taken the time out to watch my video and comment on it, the least I could do is to reply to them. It just feels rude otherwise.

            But Alas no, the PSX only ever came out in Japan, but apparently it was incredibly unreliable, so that may be for the best.

          • Jason Zak

            Cool. Cool cool cool. The author had just mentioned being able to correct all the “PSX” people so I was wondering. Maybe you should do a video actually doing what this article is titled. lol

          • LarryBundyJr

            It’s something I’ve been thinking about doing for a while, funnily enough! Definetely wanted to do a video on the C64GS and the GX4000 as there’s nothing about them really online.

          • jasonZak

            Go for it man!
            Also, more board games with Stuart would be nice as well. lol

          • LarryBundyJr

            Cool, we’ve got two, possibly three board game videos yet to go up on the channel. The guy who was supposed to edit them hasn’t finished them, so I might take over and do them instead.

          • jasonZak

            Send em to me! haha

          • LarryBundyJr

            You can edit videos? Seriously?

          • jasonZak

            Yeah. In high school I made a video of me interviewing myself. lol And I’ve watched a lot of Stuart and your videos (I think I just butchered the grammer on that) and I know what your vids look like.
            If you like I could comment on one of your YouTube vids so you can message me there and we can exchange emails and whatnot.

    • TheRequiem95

      That’s exactly what I was thinking. It’s totally designed to work with a 32X. The 32x even came with a plastic spacer to make it look cleaner on the 32X & Genesis model 2.

  • mehall

    “10 Gaming consoles you’ve probably never heard of”? I count 3 I owned personally and another 2 that friends had. The only one you “got me” with was that stupid TV at the end.

  • Peter

    “only 720p” doesn’t make a lick of sense for a 22″ TV.

    Had it been a PC screen, I’d understand, but a TV you sit at a distance where it just doesn’t matter. And it’s not like the PS2 can output anything more than 576i anyway.

    • taz

      Which is why i play ps2 games on my ps3 with build in hardware smoothing . Lucky enough to have the original PS3 that plays ps1 , 2 and 3 games.
      It was a shame they dropped the compatibility after that.
      I haven’t found a ps2 game yet that doesn’t work perfectly in it.

  • Daniel Stormageddon Mcgregor

    they forgot about atari they had a machine they didnt release it was the saame as th n-64 nintendo just beat them on release

  • Nickoli Greg

    Mega PC…..did not cost 4 billion dollars, dude the GBP is not that high in value lol

  • DB N

    I was one of the 12 people to have a Virtua Boy….

    • Kal

      I did too red alarm was an awesome game
      Wish I’d never sold mine now

      • DB N

        You got money for yours? I just gave it away to a friend.

        And TeleroBoxer blew my mind back then. Red Alarm was so hard to see what the hell you were doing but was pretty fun once you “got it”.

  • Moats G.

    “but it’s a far cooler name than Genesis”

    Best joke ever.

  • ThinkSoJoE

    Anybody who thinks the 32X version of Mortal Kombat II was “arcade perfect” never played the 32X version.

    • Wade wilson

      Very True. Home versions of that game were awful.

      • ThinkSoJoE

        Most of them were terrible, especially for the Sega consoles. The recent versions released for PS3 & 360 are emulations of the arcade version and are almost perfect.

      • LarryBundyJr

        You’ve got a very loose definition of the word “terrible”.

        If anything they were pretty decent.

  • Chris Pie All

    I honestly wonder why some of these didn’t make it to the US market, I mean I understand the super nintendo TV was for JP television and would have to be redeveloped with a US cable/sattelite partner. But the PSX sounded like a good idea. I would of definitely bought another ps2 if it was also a DVR. In Canada you could only really get a DVR through cable companies unless you wanted to do it yourself. I think combining the TV with a PS2 was just a bad idea.

    • Benny Benign

      Wow, you just reminded me that I worked for the company that was to make the DVR for the PSX;which was Macro System US in Boulder,CO.

      • Chris Pie All

        That’s really cool for some reason I assumed it would be made in Japan.

  • angelus mortis

    All this is bullshit

  • Phantom

    the gamecube? forgotten? im only 14 and I remember the gamecube, I had a limited edition pokemon XD gamecube, and I also used to love playing the Nintendo 64 when I was little. I loved playing diddy kong racing on the 64 and super amsh bros melee on gamecube. Also, over in America (no offense to Britain or wherever) the gamecube and Nintendo 64 are two of the most famous and influential consoles in American gaming history. (if that makes sense)

    • Guest

      I think the whole point of the N64 being here was the N64DD, he wasn’t talking about the N64 itself.

    • ninjadentist

      The Gamecube will always have a special place in my heart. It was the first console I ever bought with my own money…and I played the shit out of it!

  • licky

    I’ve heard of all of these

  • Mike B

    Oh my, I think I owned about a third of these (mostly the Sega machines). Feel like a dork…

  • Dáibhí wotshissurname

    Since when do you deem a console that sold over 21 million units (GameCube) a failure? The Xbox only sold a little bit more and both bite the dust in the wake of the Playstation 2.

  • Clone

    What, no ATARI JAGUAR system in this top 10? Does not compute. Does not compute. Does not bzzzzzzzzz.

    • Guest

      Everyone has heard of the Jaguar….

  • Taylor Green

    My sega saturn shittin’ brizzicks.

  • General_Jimbo

    I bought the CDX, played it for a week (mostly Sonic CD) and returned it and bought some new speakers. Picked up a Panasonic 3DO a week later. Had a lot more fun with that one. Doom, Wing Commander 3, Gex, Way of the Warrior. Lots of good memories there.

  • chanyphilly

    Great article! Humorously and honestly written, loving the retro feel. Remember reading about a lot of consoles that did and didn’t make it onto the market and their subsequent failures, still gotta love ‘em for trying though, and in their own way, making history.

  • Lord Agony

    Anyone remember the Atari Jaguar (I think that was the name).

    • Colicub

      The Atari Jaguar CD should have been on this list.

    • taz

      I remember it , it was passed off as a 64 bit machine when in fact it was 2 x 32 bit processors so a bit of a scam.

  • hurricane567

    a buddy of mine that worked for a video rental place had access to a CDX. He didn’t want to set it on the carpet so he got a chair with a hard plastic seat on it to sit it on. We played so much After Burner III the machine started to run hot and we ended up melting a little scar into the seat.

  • Bruno Andrade

    Something not mentioned in this article: The Genesis 3 (just as 1 and 2) was also sold as Mega Drive 3 here in Brasil and had a different box. Plus, you could fit the Sega CD on it, while on the Genesis 3 I believe you can’t.

  • xXAnonXx

    Since when can the ps3 not play ps2 games? I have Battlefront 2 loading as I type.

  • Derp Herp

    The N64 did have better graphical capabilities than the PlayStation, but it ran on cartridges, despite being less costly to produce, could barely fit a game like Final Fantasy 7. The PlayStation’s 8GB CD drive couldn’t fit that game onto one disk. Keep in mind the most critically acclaimed games for the N64 were from Nintendo, or Rare, in the case of Perfect Dark and Goldeneye 007.

    • Enmity

      Sorry, but 8GB CD drive? Playstation disks on average were 740megs some reaching the 800meg capacity neither even reaching 1gig in space. DVDs are only 4.3gigs in space. The game FFVII itself wasn’t even 2gigs in space total if I remember correctly.

  • Rob

    Well 20 pounds is about 35 dollars not 3

  • PatcherStation

    Mega Drive, Mega CD and 32X, they all look odd when connected together. The 32X didn’t last long, but the only game I played on it was Virtua Racing, which was the best conversion. Never got to play any 32X CD games. The best add-on SEGA released was the Master System converter for the Mega Drive. The Mega Drive 6 button controller was excellent, but not as well made as the 3 button controller. Nothing beats SEGA stuff when it comes to retro gaming. Mega Drive versus SNES, legendary days of gaming.

  • Marvin P.

    That PSX looks NICE!

  • KILLERKONGXL

    THEY MISSED TURBO GRAFFIX 16

  • Colicub

    So, you mention the Nomad yet no mention of the Mega Jet or either Wondermega? And no mention of the HiSaturn Navi or Hotel Saturn? Or the Divers 2000 CX-1 Dreamcast?

    And that’s just Sega. Fail.

  • Miguel Ángel LS

    What? No Bandai/Apple Pippin?

  • SeeThruHead

    You forgot the magnavox/philips CDI. I had one, and it was horrible.

  • Melodrumatic

    This just reminded me that I worked for the company that was to make the DVR for SONY, which was Macro System US in Boulder CO.

    • Melodrumatic

      At the time, the DVR was a huge external box. I don’t know if I would have purchased another PS2.

  • LarryBundyJr

    Misleading title for a article hey?

    You actually showed a MegaDrive/Genesis, a SNES, a PS1, a gamecube and a Nintendo 64. just different variations of the console.

    So “10 variations of consoles you own, but didn’t know existed” would have been more apt.

    As if you want consoles people have never heard of, you’d say stuff like the Playdia, the NEUON, the Amstrad GX4000, the Commodore C64GS Etc.

    • likalaruku

      Oh hai, Guru Larry.

      • LarryBundyJr

        Hello there :D

    • Hood

      Don’t forget the Odyssey 2000 which was sold by Magnavox.

    • ninjadentist

      What about Mattel’s HyperScan? It had the gimmick of RFID tagged cards that could be scanned to unlock game features (namely everything… if you didn’t have at least one character card and one level card, you were pretty screwed). The thing lasted a whopping three months on the market before becoming fodder for the bargain bin.

      • LarryBundyJr

        Was there ever any info on how many they did actually sell? Be interesting to see if I could get one, but from memory most of the games were typical mid ’00s flash-type games, or like those ones you get on those Wii rip off consoles.

  • likalaruku

    I vaguely remember playing some Chaotix & Tails game at a friend’s house on some handheld system who’s name slips my memory. You’re not missing anything; you only got 1 life & had to start over from the beginning, the size was tiny, the screen was terrible, & the system overheated like a BlackBerry Playbook running Solitaire.

  • Yuppers

    I had a Sega Nomad for a while that I got at a yardsale. I of course sold it because, well… it’s useless. The TSA LOVED it though when I tried to bring it on a plane. They’re all like… A MO PUKIN’ SEGA N’ SHYT!? In Duh Palm O’ Yo’ HAN! Dat’s GOTTA be a BOMB! Lemme… AHHHHHH… Oh, It just Sonic… MOVE ALONG HONKEY!… WTF just happened!? Where duh fuq was I when dat shit came out!!!