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The Sega Master System was a console introduced by Sega in 1986, and was capable of 8-bit graphics. It was a rival to the very successful Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) (the Master System was regarded as being superior to the NES in terms of color and graphics) but failed to match its sales in North America and Japan. However, it was successful in Brazil and Europe. Its life was long enough to see four Sonic games (five in Brazil), before its discontinuation in 1991 in North America. In Brazil, it was still being produced.
List of Sonic games
- Sonic the Hedgehog (8-bit)
- Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (8-bit)
- Sonic Spinball
- Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine
- Sonic Chaos
- Sonic Blast
Box artwork gallery
- The Master System version of Sonic Blast was only released in Brazil.
- The Sega Master System makes regular cameo appearances in Cartoon Network's "Regular Show". Both console and controllers are exactly the same despite it apparently being mirrored.
- The Sega Master System has no exclusive Sonic games, as all games released for the Sega Master System have also been released on the Game Gear.
- The Sega Master System sold 10-14.8 million Worldwide.
- There are 318 games for the Sega Master System.
- The Sega Master System is region-free.
- Sega Master System at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia