The first appearance of color on a handheld. A battery hog however, which ironically left many gamers plugged into wall outlets. The screen although larger, was low technology, and a limitation on some games. In its day however, this was the only way you could have a home console experience on-the-go. It was the first handheld that didn’t feel that portable. It set the new standard for what handheld gaming should be, while barely delivering that experience. Although the graphics are not good, they were unheard of for a portable in its day. It was a viable option for portable gaming in its day. An accomplishment that was later replicated by the Nintendo Switch. Most of these games games are better left uncovered, although there is a small amount of good ones.
Below is the videogame library for browsing at random.
'Asterix and the Secret Mission'
'G-Loc: Air Battle'
'Ms Pac Man'
'Sonic The Hedgehog: 2'
'Star Wars: Return of the Jedi'
'The Jungle Book'
'Donald Duck: The Lucky Dime Caper'
'JamesPond: Codename Robocod'
'Shining Force: The Sword of Haiya'
'Sonic The Hedgehog'
'Super Kick Off'
'The Lion King'
'Bonkers: Wax Up'
'Master of Darkness'
'Super Monaco GP'
'Game pack 4 in 1'
'Land of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse'
'Sonic The Hedgehog: 2-in-1'
'X-Men: Games Masters Legacy'
Our Sega Game Gear collection is 5% complete.