Got a spare $350?
To celebrate its 60th birthday, Sega got up to all kinds of fun stuff – and that included the release of new hardware. Alongside the Astro City Mini console, the company also miniaturised its Game Boy rival, the Game Gear, releasing it in four colour variants which each came pre-loaded with different games.
When we went hands-on with the Game Gear Micro, we came away somewhat puzzled; not only is this device seemingly exclusive to Japan (there’s been no indication of a western release since we initially covered it), it’s so tiny it’s hardly practical for prolonged play, and the decision to include different games on each model means you have to shell out hundreds of dollars to get the full library.
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