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)
The logo was introduced in 1988 a few months before the launch of the actual console. The logo was inspired by major automobile brands.
1989–1999 (United States)
1989–1993; 2019–present (SEGA Genesis Mini)
The official name of the platform in North America was shortened to simply "Genesis", dropping the "Sega" logotype.
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)
1990-2002; 2008-present (Brazil)
Fourth generation video game consoles
TurboGrafx-16 (TurboGrafx-CD | SuperGrafx | TurboDuo) | Mega Drive (Mega-CD | 32X) | SNES | Neo Geo AES | CDTV | CD-i | LaserActive | Neo Geo CD | Super A'Can
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