Brutal Gamer writes - 'Hey there, kids! Welcome to the first installment of a new regular feature here on Brutal Gamer, 'Lookin Back'. Here we will look back at the ghosts of gaming past and talk about some awesome stuff, and some not so awesome stuff.
For the first edition, we're going back in time to the first real console I ever owned, the Sega Master System. It was released in Europe way back in September 1987, and was extemely successful. It was a direct competitor to the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and was an 8-bit cartridge based system, with a similar contoller to the NES. It had 2 buttons and a direction pad, which worked pretty well.'