Analogue Mega Sg

86

Engadget Review

On paper, the Mega SG is almost a copy-and-paste of Analogue's last console, doing for the Genesis what the Super NT did for the SNES. But while Nintendo fans have dozens of options to play the company's classics, Sega diehards don't. The Mega SG brings the stuff we expect from Analogue -- near-perfect emulation, HDMI and wireless controller support -- to a slept-on library of games. Even if you never owned a Genesis, the Mega SG is worth a look.

The Analogue Mega SG wins the retro gaming console war
Perhaps the best, and most cost-effective, premium retro console ever made.
Zach Hines
Zach HinesMarch 27, 2019

Pros

  • Near-perfect emulation
  • Plays Genesis and Master System games from all regions
  • Supports Sega CD
  • Carts are easy to find and inexpensive

Cons

  • No way to output to a CRT monitor
  • No 32X support
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Mega Sg

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Key Specs

GAME FORMAT
Cartridge
CONTROLLER TYPE
Wired
VIDEO OUTPUTS
HDMI

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