To be this good, it takes Sega.
— British marketing slogan for the Game Gear.
There were twelve games released for the system that have been ported to later games released by Sega, such as Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut, Sonic Gems Collection and Sonic Mega Collection Plus. Nine games for this console, including Sonic the Hedgehog Triple Trouble, were released for the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console.
List of Sonic games
- Sonic the Hedgehog
- Sonic the Hedgehog 2
- Sonic Chaos (Originally Sonic and Tails in Japan)
- Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine
- Sonic Drift
- Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball
- Sonic the Hedgehog Triple Trouble (Originally Sonic and Tails 2 in Japan)
- Sonic Drift 2
- Tails' Skypatrol
- Tails Adventure
- Sonic Labyrinth
- Sonic Blast
Box artwork gallery
- The Sega Game Gear is a region-free system. This means, owners of a Game Gear could play any games from any region without dealing with locking issues.
- There are 335 games available for the Sega Game Gear.
- This includes 213 games for United States, 171 games for Europe, 61 games for Japan, 22 games for worldwide and 9 prototype games.
- There was an adapter for the Game Gear that allowed owners to play games made for the Sega Master System.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Gander, Matt (18 July 2015). Majesco and the SEGA Game Gear’s second lease of life. GameAsylum. Retrieved on 21 February 2018.
- ↑ Tectoy's Game Gear box art
- ↑ 誰もが待ち望んだ携帯型フルカラー液晶『ゲームギア』 (Japanese). Sega (13 December 2017). Retrieved on 17 June 2018.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 "Retroinspection: Sega Game Gear". Retro Gamer Magazine (Imagine Publishing Ltd.) (41): 78–85. 2009.
- ↑ Pettus, Sam; Munoz, David; Williams, Kevin; Barroso, Ivan (20 Dec 2013). Service Games: The Rise and Fall of SEGA: Enhanced Edition. Smashwords Edition. pp. 419–421. ISBN 1311080821, 9781311080820. https://books.google.co.id/books?id=DbFxAgAAQBAJ.
- ↑ "Sega Game Gear". Retro Gamer Magazine (Live Publishing) (17): 26–35. 2005.
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Sega Game Gear – The Complete Games List (335 Titles). Nostalgia Techs (12 June 2017). Archived from the original on 2 November 2018. Retrieved on 2 November 2018.
- ↑ Master System on Game Gear. RetroBGB. Retrieved on 15 March 2018.