The Sega Genesis has been beloved by many since its release in 1988. Brazil is currently manufacturing brand new models, but why?
wow! The price of a PS4!!!
I would never game again if consoles rose to that price in the US.
That's ridiculous. It's easy to forget about how different markets outside of the US are.
It makes you wonder how much Sony has to benefit by selling in the country at all. Of course it's best to reach as many consumers as possible, but that price is ludicrous.
I'm from Brazil. Some console games in retail launch with the price tag close to 80$. Ps4 arrived here for more than 1000$ at launch.. and this go on, the gtx 970 was sold until some time ago for like 400$
in the other hand, steam keeps the price "freezed" since a few years ago (inflation here is a bit high).Most of the steam games then launch cheaper. Like Mafia 3 launched for 129 BRL, which is less than 40$. Only Bethesda charges 249 BRL in steam for new releases
I'm going to watch the video of him trying to dunk an oversized cookie in a glass of milk until the next president takes the office. His sense of humor was much appreciated.
One of the greatest gaming console of all time.
From what I understand, Sega still sells new Master Systems over there too.
I bought Sega Genesis instead of Super Nintendo because it was cheaper at the time, and by quite a large margin. This was of course, back when I didn't have much money to spend as a high school student. Even though it had superior graphics over the original NES, the NES was far superior in terms of the quality of the games. Other than Sonic the Hedgehog, Street Fighter 2 and perhaps a few other games, the Genesis game catalogue wasn't really all that memorable. Nintendo really was amazing back then.
What?! C'mon BattleAxe... Golden Ax 1-3, Streets of Rage, every EA sports game at the time were better on Genesis. Earthworm Jim was superior as well. Oh yea Toe Jam & Earl. Not hating on SNES, equal love. But Genesis was the golden age of sega consoles with only Dreamcast coming close.
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