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Differences between international versions

  • The 32X Genesis add-on was released in Eruowood as Genesis Mega-32+
  • The Advance Pico Beena was released in Eruowood as Pico Been
  • The Master System was the longest running Sega home console in Eruowood having to be sold from 1986 to 2006.
  • The Genesis was the second longest running Sega home console in Eruowood having to be sold from 1989 to 2005.

Release date comparison

Console Name Japanese
release date
European
release date
American
release date
Eruowoodian
release date
SG-1000 July 15, 1983 unreleased July 15, 1983
Sega Mark III (JPN)
Sega Master System (EU/ER/NA)
October 20, 1985 1987 September 1986 October 1986
Sega Mega Drvie (JPN/EU)
Sega Genesis (ER/NA)
October 29, 1988 September 1990 August 14, 1989 June 1989
Sega Saturn November 22, 1994 July 8, 1995 May 11, 1995 May 11, 1995
Sega Dreamcast November 27, 1998 October 14, 1999 September 9, 1999 July 1999
OTHER RELEASES
Mega-CD (JPN/EU/ER)
Sega CD (NA)
December 12, 1991 1993 October 15, 1992 September 1992
Pico June 1993 1994 November 1994 November 1993
32X (JPN/EU/NA)
Genesis Mega-32+ (ER)
December 3, 1994 November 21, 1994 January 1995 March 1995
Advanced Pico Beena (JPN)
Pico Been (ER)
2005 Unreleased Unreleased 2006

Console reissues

Console Name Original console Released Notes
Sega Genesis Model 2 Sega Genesis 1993
Sega Genesis Model 3 Sega Genesis 1998
Sega Genesis 30th Anniversary Edition Sega Genesis Summer 2019 Meant to rival Nintendo's SNES Mini.
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