The Sega Mega Drive has been named the most popular retro games console, narrowly beating the Nintendo 64 in classic console combat.
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The Memorex Mega TravelDrive is a novel combination of large capacity and tiny size, but it's just that: a novelty. Its slow speeds and high per-gigabyte cost (for a hard drive) make it a hard sell.
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Old-skool gamers rejoice: Blaze International is flogging a handheld version of the Sega Mega Drive console, complete with built-in games, for just £30
Cast a misty-eyed glance at your formative gaming years to celebrate the Sega Mega Drive being named the best vintage console ever.
The Mega Drive is back, re-released by Blaze in a smaller, cheaper, £39 incarnation. It's got a bunch of classic titles built-in and we've had one in for testing.
Memorex announces higher capacity Mega TravelDrive at CES 2007.
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Sega wants to know which ancient Mega Drive game you want it to shove inside an emulator and make you pay for again. This time it's XBLA raking in the cash from your 16-bit nostalgia
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