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The Mega Drive or the SEGA Genesis as its known in the US, is one of SEGA's most successful consoles in the world. Launched in 1988, the console sold a million copies worldwide as well as its add-ons the Mega-CD and the 32X (which was considered a commercial failure).

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1988–1996 (Japan/Asia); 2019-present (Mega Drive Mini) 1989–1993 1993–1999 1990–1997 (Europe) 1990-2002; 2008-present (Brazil)
1988–1996 (Japan/Asia); 2019-present (Mega Drive Mini) 1989–1993 1993–1999 1990–1997 (Europe) 1990-2002; 2008-present (Brazil)

1988–1996 (Japan/Asia); 2019–present (Mega Drive Mini)

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Designer:  Mitsushige Shiraiwa
Typography:  Unknown

The logo was introduced in 1988 a few months before the launch of the actual console. The logo was inspired by major automobile brands (like Jeep and Kia).

1989–1999 (United States)

1989–1993; 2019–present (SEGA Genesis Mini)

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1993–1999

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The official name of the platform in North America was shortened to simply "Genesis", dropping the "Sega" logotype.

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This logo was used on spines of newer Genesis games and on the boxes of Genesis consoles shipped after 1993.

1990–1997 (Europe); 2019–present (Sega Mega Drive Mini)

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1990-2002; 2008-2011 (Brazil)

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Master System
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