The Video game company Sega is introducing its new game console called ‘Game Gear Micro‘ Miniature Version on its 60th anniversary.
Although there’s nothing yet about a Western release, the console will be out on 6 October in Japan for just ¥4,980 (£36) and comes in four color variations: black, blue, red, and yellow. Those who grew up in the late 80s or early 90s remember the Game Gear, a handheld console that rivaled Nintendo’s Game Boy.
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Every model of Game Gear Micro comes with four preinstalled titles: Black will get you to get you Sonic, OutRun, Royal Stone, and Puyo Puyo Tsu; blue has Sonic & Tails, Gunstar Heroes, Sylvan Tale, and Baku Baku Animal; red includes Game Gear Shinobi, Columns, and the two Megami Tensei Gaiden games, while yellow comes with Shining Force, Shining Force II, Shining Force: Final Conflict, and Nazo Puyo Aruru no Ru.
Other specs of the Game Gear Micro include a single mono speaker and a headphone jack. You can charge it via USB, though it also runs off two AAA batteries, and users can save their progression in games, thankfully.
Sega New Game Console ‘Game Gear Micro’ Miniature Version
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It’s a shame Sega didn’t determine to carry out a miniature model of the good Dreamcast for its anniversary. With that tiny display, it appears the Game Gear Micro will enchantment extra to collectors than fans of retro video games. For those who do need one and live outside of Japan, put together for disappointment: there is no point out of the console getting a Western launch.