Retro-Bit is partnering with SEGA to release new controllers for Genesis/MegaDrive and Saturn that are built to original specifications and also offer USB connections and more.
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Find old game stuff on Ebay http://lon.tv/v28ro (affiliate link) – Retro week continues! Today I detail a project I’ve been working on to get my old consoles working with my 4k OLED television. I bought a a RetroTink 2X and a Retrovision component cable for my Sega Genesis / Sega CD/ Sega 32x Tower of Power! See more retro: http://lon.tv/retro and subscribe! http://lon.tv/s
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Audio Technica AT4033/CL (voice overs) : https://amzn.to/2QmrBdK
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The Immortal John Hancock shows us the most rare & expensive Sega Saturn games for North America!
Mega Man X4
Magic Knight Rayearth
House of the Dead
Daytona USA Championship Net Link Edition
Shining Force III
Panzer Dragoon Saga
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Power Stone 2
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
Speed Devils (Clean Cover)
Sonic Adventure Limited Edition
The Sega CD has become incredibly expensive to collect for in the last couple years. In this video The Immortal John Hancock shows us the most rare & expensive Sega CD games in his collection.
Special thanks to World of LongPlays: http://www.longplays.org
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November 24, 2017… a day I’ll never forget. Join me as I tell the story of a local game store on Black Friday 2017 helping me get the elusive final piece of my now complete U.S. Sega Genesis collection and how a near life-long quest came to a glorious end.
And yes, I do not have the Heartbeat Monitor games, but they weren’t retail so don’t count in my eyes. Also not pictured, all the sports games so the rest of the collection would fit on the shelves. :p
SEGA Kidd takes a look back at SEGA’S classic arcade shooter, Space Harrier. It all starts with a brief history of arcade gaming’s status as of 1985 and how legendary game designer Yu Suzuki came to create his “Super Scaler” shooter. You’ll also get to learn quite a bit about Space Harrier, it’s many ports, and the games that carried on the Harrier name up to 30 years later.