About Sega Archives
Since its origins in the 1940s, Sega has been one of the most influential players in gaming history. From arcades filled with sit-down cabs, market-dominating consoles, an iconic mascot in Sonic the Hedgehog and everything in-between, Sega has certainly had its ups and downs. With Sega Archives you can relive Sega’s colourful history, from early coin-op capers to the gamble of the Mega-CD. We’ve scoured the Retro Gamer archives to bring you amazingly in-depth articles on some of Sega’s biggest games and franchises. It’s the perfect way to celebrate Sega’s timeless achievements. Featuring:
The history of Sega - Trace the history of Sega from it’s coin-op origins in the 1940s.
Inside the hardware - Take a closer look inside the Master System, Mega Drive, Saturn & more.
The history of Sonic - Charting the story of the Blue Blur.
20 Sega games you’ve never played - Some of the best Sega games that failed to get the attention they deserved.
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