For other related logos and images, see:
|1988–1996 (Japan/Asia)||1989–1993||1993–1999||1990–1997 (Europe)||1990-2002; 2008-present (Brazil)|
1988–1996 (Japan/Asia); 2019–present (Mega Drive Mini)
1989–1999 (United States)
1989–1993; 2019–present (Sega Genesis Mini)
This logo was used on spines of newer Genesis games and on the boxes of Genesis consoles shipped after 1993. The official name of the platform in North America was shortened to simply "Genesis", dropping the "Sega" logotipe.
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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