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Sega Genmobile: the Genesis Gets Portable (Again)

by Paul Strauss
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Way back in the wayback machine, Sega released a bulky handheld called the Nomad. This portable gaming console could play Genesis cartridges on the go. But the problem with the Nomad was its high price (almost $200 bucks), abysmal battery life, and bulky design. Never mind the fact that Sega discontinued the Nomad more than 10 years ago. So what’s a Sega fanboy or girl supposed to do? If you’re like me, just wait a couple of weeks and pick up the new Gen Mobile.

sega_genesis_genmobile_portable

This new handheld isn’t made by Sega, but the AtGames Gen Mobile is fully-licensed by the original console maker. AtGames has previously made some Genesis portables, but this is the first one they’ve made that can actually play all of your original Genesis cartridges wherever you go.

sega_genesis_genmobile_handheld

In addition to playing classic Genesis and Japanese Mega Drive carts, the GenMobile comes with 20 built-in Sega games, including classics like Sonic Spinball, Golden Axe and Altered Beast. It’s also got an AV output so you can play games on your TV screen if you don’t want to squint and watch all of your games on the 2.5-inch LCD screen.

And if you’re not in the market for a handheld but still want to play all your old Genesis games, be sure to check out the new Gen Core – the smallest complete Genesis system I’ve seen. Plus, it looks like Sonic!

sega_genesis_gen_core

Want one? I sure do. You can order the Gen Mobile over at Stone Age Gamer for $54.99 (USD). The Gen Core sells for $39.99.

[via NowhereElse]




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Comments (6):

  1. Sage says:

    ofcourse it isn’t 1st-party, it looks like a psp.

  2. Sega Megadrive Help says:

    This is a real good site for help with the sega-megadrive. need any help with old gadgets, gamesystems or electronics – check out this site – http://www.gizmohelpline.com/More-on-the-Sega-MegaDrive-Console/Y2009-06-17.htm

  3. TVN says:

    Thank you so much for this. I’m a SEGA fangirl.

  4. Rashid Aliyev says:

    WHat’s the model number of 1st & 2nd devices?
    And is here rear (back) photos of them?

  5. Rashid Aliyev says:

    WHat’s the model number of 1st & 2nd devices?
    And is here rear (back) photos of them?

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