Sega Consoles

List of All Sega Consoles

Model NameReleasedDiscontinuedImportant Notes
Sega SG-10001983-07-151984-071. Sega's first home console
Sega SG-1000 II1984-071985-101. Upgraded version of the SG-1000 with detachable controllers
2. Could play Sega Card games in addition to ROM cartridges
Sega Master SystemJP: 1985-10
NA: 1986
EU: 1987
JP: 1989
NA: 1992
EU: 1996
1. Sega's second major home console, released worldwide
2. Initially released in Japan as the Sega Mark III, the third version of the SG-1000, before being redesigned and rebranded as the Master System
Sega GenesisJP: 1988-10-29
NA: 1989-08-14
EU: 1990-11-30
19971. Sega's third major home console, after the SG-1000 and Master System, released worldwide
2. Named the Mega Drive outside of the United States
3. A smaller, lighter version of the console named the Genesis II was released in 1993
Sega Game GearJP: 1990-10-06
NA: 1991-04-26
EU: 1991-04-26
JP: 1996
NA: 1997-04-30
EU: 1997-04-30
1. Handheld game console version of the Master System, though it could not play Master System games without a Master System Converter accessory
Sega CDJP: 1991-12-12
NA: 1992-10-15
EU: 1993
19961. Add-on device for the Sega Genesis with its own exclusive library
2. Added CD-ROM support as well as additional processing power
Sega PicoJP: 1993-06-26
NA: 1994-11
EU: 1994
JP: 2005-04-05
NA: 1998-02
EU: 1997
1. Video game console aimed at young children, released worldwide
Sega 32xJP: 1994-12-03
NA: 1994-11-21
EU: 1995-01
19961. Add-on for the Sega Genesis with its own exclusive library
2. Added additional processing power and support for 32-bit games to the 16-bit Genesis
Sega SaturnJP: 1994-11-22
NA: 1995-05-11
EU: 1995-07-08
19981. Sega's fourth major home console and only release in the 32-bit console generation, released worldwide
2. Played CD-ROM games
3. Released simultaneously with the Sega 32X, which also played 32-bit games
Sega DreamcastJP: 1998-11-27
NA: 1999-09-09
EU: 1999-10-14
2001-03-301. Sega's fifth and final major home console and only major release in the sixth console generation, released worldwide
2. Played CD-ROM games
3. Included a built-in modem, which could connect to the SegaNet internet service in Japan and North America and the Dreamarena service in Europe

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