SEGA News Bits: SEGA Mega Drive Getting Limited Edition Relaunch in Brazil Next Year

TecToy has announced a limited edition Mega Drive for Brazil that will come pre-loaded with 22 SEGA games. On this episode of SEGA News Bits, George and Barry talk about TecToy’s answer to the NES mini, the console’s features and run through the list of games. Is the console and its games worth R$ 399,00 ($125 USD)? Give the video a watch and sound off in the comments below!

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6 responses to “SEGA News Bits: SEGA Mega Drive Getting Limited Edition Relaunch in Brazil Next Year

  1. Supaidaman says:

    I’m from Brazil and the price is pretty much what I would expect from around here. The NES Mini, if brought to here oficially would probably cost even more than this one.

    As for the collection of games… ehhhh, I think that there are a lot of weird picks. I personally never heard of the games you guys didn’t hear either.

    I’m interested on the console but the lack of HDMI and knowing that some cartridges won’t work (they mentioned Virtua Racing and Sonic & Knuckles) are kinda of a bummer. I guess you can play these games if they’re on the SD Card?

    TecToy also mentioned that they’re interested in seeing if they can manufacture new cartridges. That would be pretty interesting but I doubt that it will happen.

    I’m on the waiting camp, if the sound quality is good then I’m probably in.

  2. Will American Genesis games work on it?

  3. Harlemknight116 says:

    I’m guessing the reason it’s only composite out put is maybe HDTVS aren’t mainstream yet. Correct me if I’m wrong.

  4. Harlemknight116 says:

    * not mainstream in Brazil I mean.

  5. Douglas Neto says:

    I think the most exciting feature is the SD Card entry in the back of the console

  6. Thiago Guarani says:

    I’m from Brazil and I think it’s very expensive, but it would sell like cup cakes if it had a HDMI output and sold world wide. I think it doesn’t has a HDMI output because it would require an upscaled video to match the HD resolution, thus increasing the price. Watch out, the Brazilian color system is PAL-M, but the new TVs pick the 3 systems up automatically PAL/PAL-M/NTSC.

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