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SEGA Mega Drive returns to South Africa

March 7, 2016 • Gadgets and Gaming

Sega Mega Drive South Africa

Sega Mega Drive returns to South Africa.

For those who are into retro gaming, the SEGA Mega Drive will be making its way to selected retail stores – within South Africa – in March 2016.

Apex Interactive, distributors of interactive entertainment products in the Southern African marketplace, has been named as the official distributor.

According to Alexia Scotten, Marketing & Product Manager for Apex Interactive, the console is set to sell at a Recommended Retail Price (RRP) of R1499.95.

The console is wireless and is set to include a 2 player SEGA Mega Drive console with 80 built-in SEGA video games. This will additionally include all 3 original Mortal Kombat games. To add to the features all original SEGA Mega Drive games/SEGA Genesis games and cartridges from all regions can be used.

Among the 80 built-in games are classics such as:
– Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle
– Alien Storm
– Altered Beast
– Arrow Flash
– Bonanza Bros.
– Chakan: The Forever Man
– Columns
– Columns III
– Comix Zone
– Crack Down
– Decap Attack
– Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine
– Ecco
– Ecco 2: The Tides Of Time
– Ecco Jr
– ESWAT: City Under Seige
– Eternal Champions
– Fatal Labyrinth
– Flicky
– Gain Ground
– Golden Axe
– Golden Axe II
– Golden Axe III
– Jewel Master
– Kid Chameleon
– Ristar
– Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi
– Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master
– StreetsOfRage 1
– StreetsOfRage 2
– StreetsOfRage 3
– Sonic & Knuckles
– Sonic Spinball
– Sonic the Hedgehog
– Sonic the Hedgehog II
– Sonic 3D Blast – Flickie’s Island
– The Ooze
– Vectorman
– Vectorman II
– Virtua Fighter II

ATG Games
(20):
– Cross the road
– Jack’s Pea
– Jewel Magic
– Curling 2010
– Mahjong Solitaire
– Warehouse Keeper
– Chess
– Memory
– Snake
– Air Hockey
– Spider
– Naval Power
– Mr. Balls
– Cannon
– Fight or Lose
– Bottle Taps Race
– Bomber
– Checker
– Hexagonos

Arcade and Bonus Games
(20):

– Reaction Match
– Whack-A-Wolf
– Mirror Mirror
– Memory Match
– Treasure Hunt
– Sparkling Truffle
– Fire Fly Glow
– Panic Lift
– Black Sheep
– Space Hunter
– Flash Memory
– Table Magic
– Color Puzzle
– Brain Switch
– Mega Brain Switch
– Bulls and Cows
– Logic Dial
– Match Eleven
– Formula Challenge
– Sudoku Quiz
– Dominant Color

In it’s day, the SEGA Mega Drive was widely considered to be SEGA’s most successful video game console. It sold over 40 million consoles worldwide, according to SEGA, including more than 20 million in the United States, over 9 million in Western Europe, 3.58 million in Japan, and 3 million in Brazil. It also had a software library consisting of more than one thousand games released for the system in total.

Darryl Linington
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