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Sega games collection - Master system history - cover

Sega games collection - Master system history

J Horsfield @ Hearts Minds Media, J. HORSFIELD

Publisher: Hearts Minds Media

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Summary

58th anniversary Sega Games Co - Master system special

Collection of my favorite material on the Sega games company, with a special feature on the master system console hardware, impact and top 100 games by Retro Sanctuary

Quick excerpt

Manufacturer Sega
Type Home video game console
Generation Third generation
Release date

	JP: October 20, 1985 (Mark III)[2][3]
	NA: September 1986[1]
	JP: October 1987[3][4]
	EU: 1987
	BRA: 1989
	KOR: 1989

@ GAMES THAT DEFINED THE SEGA MASTER SYSTEM
Even though the Master System may not have quite the library that the NES has, there are a few gems to check out if you happen to have a Master System or at least via emulator. Here is a quick rundown of the best exclusive games in the Master System library.

@ TOP 100 Rundown
100 - Secret Command/Rambo
A relatively simple game that plays similarly to the arcade game Commando, you run around with top down perspective shooting the enemy. One of the better 2 player games on the System.

You will get a PDF (4MB) file.

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