Sega Mega Drive/Genesis (Platform)

Logo for Sega Nomad


The Sega Nomad, codenamed Venus, is a handheld video game console manufactured by Sega. It is a portable Sega Mega Drive (Genesis), and Sega's second handheld system after the Sega Game Gear. The Nomad shares a similar concept with the semi-portable Sega Mega Jet, and only saw release in North America.



Release dates:
1995-10 (NA)
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PLATFORM TYPE:
Console
PRODUCT FAMILY:
Sega
Introduction price:
179
ALTERNATIVE NAME:
Sega Genesis
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GraphicsSound
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Sega Mega Drive/Genesis

The first variation of the Sega Mega Drive (known as Sega Genesis in North America).

Games released on Sega Mega Drive/Genesis