Sega Genesis Mini Review

A Sega Genesis, one of the leading video game consoles ever made, was recently released by Sega for a retail price of $photon. Sega's Genesis is equipped with plenty of features and games, but does this console have everything that gamers need? Is it priced well enough to be a good buy? In this Sega Genesis mini review I will examine these questions and more to help you make an informed decision on whether or not to buy the system. You'll also learn some background information on the making of the Genesis, as well as a first impression of the game itself.

Sega Genesis Mini Review

A Sega Genesis, one of the leading video game consoles ever made, was recently released by Sega for a retail price of $photon. Sega's Genesis is equipped with plenty of features and games, but does this console have everything that gamers need? Is it priced well enough to be a good buy? In this Sega Genesis mini review I will examine these questions and more to help you make an informed decision on whether or not to buy the system. You'll also learn some background information on the making of the Genesis, as well as a first impression of the game itself.



The Sega Genesis was developed and manufactured by Sega, one of the world's most prominent and well-respected video game companies. This company has a history stretching back nearly 20 years, where it has consistently offered innovative, high-quality products. The company is currently run by a CEO named Haruki Satomi, who is widely considered to be one of the best decision-makers in the gaming industry. Haruki is responsible for the video game console's phenomenal success and is responsible for many of its unique features.

A large part of the reason why the Sega Genesis is so popular stems in large part from its powerful design. Unlike other video game consoles, the Sega Genesis is a step above and beyond the rest due to its unique form factor. Instead of a traditional console body, the Genesis features two distinct panels. The left panel is about twice the size of the right panel and features a smooth glossy black frame with silver lightened buttons and stylized white faceplates. To play the Genesis you simply remove the removable controller, which makes for a neat, compact look.

One of the reasons why the Sega Genesis is able to stand apart from other video game consoles is due to its unique form factor. Unlike the Xbox, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation, and even the X-Box 360, the Genesis has a slim design that really stands out when placed on your entertainment center console table. The Genesis looks and feels great. When I put the system into my hands it felt substantial, yet not too heavy. This feeling of heaviness is very common with many video game systems, but Genesis has none of that. It just has a nice weight to it, and a springy feel that I can tell is a good thing.

But what else makes the Sega Genesis a cool gift choice? Well, aside from the fact that it's a little bit different than your everyday video game system, it also offers a few extra features that make it great for gamers. First off, you get an extra controller with your system. This way you don't have to buy an extra controller just for the console itself, but can attach a second controller through a micro USB connection to an active gaming computer.

Conclusion

The Genesis mini is small and compact, but this smallness can give it a huge advantage over other video game consoles. You don't have to worry about space like you would have with other systems. There is no bulky outer case to take up unnecessary space. It comes preinstalled with the Genesis game that you can play right out of the box. The Genesis is also small enough that it can fit in any size desk or entertainment center, while at the same time big enough that you'll still be able to get plenty of space for playing games.

If I had to pick one thing that Sega Genesis really needs to improve upon to be more competitive against its competitors, it would definitely be its memory capability. Its lack of memory might turn some gamers off to this system, but it's nothing compared to all of the other video game systems out there. The Mega Turbo, for example, has 2GB of memory, so that alone is a huge plus. The Genesis also does a poor job of keeping your data protected when you use the wireless adapter for the system. Other systems are much better at this.

With all that being said, the Sega Genesis had an edge over other Genesis systems simply because of the price. While it is not cheap, it is also not a cheap system. The Genesis packs in more into each cartridge than any other system currently on the market, and that alone can be a great selling point. However, it is by no means perfect, so don't expect a top-of-the-line system for your money.

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