Sega Mega Drive Mini

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Ric, 19 Sep 2019.

  1. Oh to be Steve Yzerman/Mark Messier/Wayne Gretzky again!
     
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  2. I'm With Stupid

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    Worth it for Toe Jam and Earl. I had a SNES, but my friend had a Mega Drive and I used to love playing that. My cousin even had the MegaCD and 32X.
     
  3. TravisBickle

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    Roenick was the daddy though.
     
  4. 95% iirc
     
  5. dublinblue12

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    Great memories of it, I'm not a gamer at all nowadays, but downloaded an emulator with every single game for it for a bit of nostalgia, played through a few but must say any one I played was shite except street fighter 2,and maybe streets of rage 2. Haunting starring polterguy was fun for a bit too.
     
  6. Aphex

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    I watched the Digital Foundry review yesterday and they gave it good reviews. Prob my favourite console along with the SNES
     
  7. BimboBob

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    Some great games on it but it's another thing that will gather dust in my pc room.
     
  8. Tricky_Trev

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    The feeling when you see/hear the orange light/siren behind the goal. Get in!!

    That’s gutting it’s not one of the games in the deal. I’d have probably got it just for EA Hockey, for the nostalgia. 1991-1994 it was almost all I played! Then I got my PlayStation. I really do miss 90’s gaming.
     
  9. yeseye

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    I saw the app advertised last night on LG apps or maybe Amazon Fire Stick
    For £5 or so 25 games .
    No console required, you can use remote or wireless controller .
     
  10. quiet_riot

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    Raspberry Pi and an hour or two setting up and you can have SNES, Mega Drive, Master System, NES, etc etc and millions of games.

    Costs about £75.

    Job done.
     
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