Sega Releases Game Gear Micro in Honor of the Company’s 60th Anniversary
Back in the early 1990’s, SEGA released the Game Gear which was the company’s first and only handheld system. The system was released to compete with Nintendo’s overwhelmingly successful Game Boy. Sega has just announced that they are releasing the Game Gear Micro to honor their 60th Anniversary. The Game Gear Micro will come in four different colors with each one of them featuring different games. You can buy all of them as a bundle for right around 250 US dollars or just one for $45. Also, if you pre-order the bundle, you will receive a free magnifying accessory piece that came with the original Game Gear.
While the original Game Gear couldn’t compete with the Nintendo Game Boy, it still had way better graphics that compared to SEGA’s home system, Genesis. The Game Gear Micro will be released to Japanese retailers in October of this year. For more information, please visit SEGA’s website or watch the video below: