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2-CONTROLLERS Original SEGA GENESIS Console MK-1601 Video Game System 1st Model

Regular price $149.95
Regular price $187.44 Sale price $149.95
-$37.49
Shipping calculated at checkout.
Availability: 280 in stock
Regular price $149.95
Regular price $187.44 Sale price $149.95
You will receive the following (if it's not listed directly below, it's not included):
  • Original Sega Genesis 16-Bit Console
  • 2 x New Aftermarket Game Controllers
  • New Aftermarket Power Adapter
  • New A/V Cables for hook-up
Overview:
It was the counterpart to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and what many believe to be one of the best gaming systems ever conceived. Its jet-black build housed a Motorola 68000 CPU, along with a Zilog Z80 sub-processor that provided then-gorgeous 16-bit animation and backwards compatibility with Sega Master System. Simply put, it was a fine machine, one bolstered by nearly 1,000 titles from both Sega and renowned third-party developers like EA and Rare.
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2-CONTROLLERS Original SEGA GENESIS Console MK-1601 Video Game System 1st Model

Regular price $149.95
Regular price $187.44 Sale price $149.95
-$37.49
Shipping calculated at checkout.
Availability: 280 in stock
Regular price $149.95
Regular price $187.44 Sale price $149.95
You will receive the following (if it's not listed directly below, it's not included):
  • Original Sega Genesis 16-Bit Console
  • 2 x New Aftermarket Game Controllers
  • New Aftermarket Power Adapter
  • New A/V Cables for hook-up
Overview:
It was the counterpart to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and what many believe to be one of the best gaming systems ever conceived. Its jet-black build housed a Motorola 68000 CPU, along with a Zilog Z80 sub-processor that provided then-gorgeous 16-bit animation and backwards compatibility with Sega Master System. Simply put, it was a fine machine, one bolstered by nearly 1,000 titles from both Sega and renowned third-party developers like EA and Rare.