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For Sale GameGear and games £50.00

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months agoFeedback:56 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I really need to buy a new pc because my current one is pausing alot when im multi tasking so need to raise funds into my paypal account to buy a new one so am selling off my stuff items listed below, I really would prefer to sell them in a bulk sell because I dont think Ive got enough packaging materials to post them all seperately. Prices include postage and also open to sensible offers
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months agoFeedback:56 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Gamegear in logic 3 padded carry case with power ac adapter and the following games(carts only) -

Sonic the Hedgehog
Sensible Soccer European champions
Ecco the Dolphin
Tazmania
Batman Returns
Columns
Mortal Kombat
Dragon Crystal

in working condition but the sound sometimes goes quiet due to maybe a loose cable inside sometimes fixed by toggling the volume control up and down
#2
http://img78.imageshack.us/img78/6861/gg1tm1.jpg
http://img355.imageshack.us/img355/7046/gg2ml2.jpg
http://img368.imageshack.us/img368/8987/gg3bk8.jpg
#3
never seen one of them before was it like the megadrive handheld?
#4
yeah roughly the same size came out the same time as the original gameboy
#5
These where the dogs danglies in their day, you could get a add on component to turn them into a tv too!
#6
I remember the Tv tuner that came out for them as that was something new back in the day
Decent handheld never owned one myself but use to play on a mates one
#7
These were basically a hand held Master System. The graphics often appeared better due to the smaller screen.
Had some excellent games such as Sonic, The GG Shinobi, Colums and loads more. I'd recommend this to anyone into their retro gaming.
#8
DTR
These were basically a hand held Master System. The graphics often appeared better due to the smaller screen.
Had some excellent games such as Sonic, The GG Shinobi, Colums and loads more. I'd recommend this to anyone into their retro gaming.


Actually the amount of colours was increased from 64 to like 4,096 more than the Mega Drive actually.
#9
OMG what a blast from the past!! Me and my bro got 1 of these to share when we were little and they were the bomb i remember all my pals being dead jealous cause if i remember rightly it was 1 of the 1st handhelds that played games in colour wasn't it?!!! I was devastated when my bro part-exchanged it and our Megadrive and Snes for a ps1!!:( I seen 1 of these in my local cash convertors the other day and i was really tempted!!:) If i had the spare cash i would definately buy it!! Wow this has bought me right back!!!
Oh sorry ttsese for hijacking your thread, and good luck with your sale :thumbsup:
Lynne x
#10
ryouga
Actually the amount of colours was increased from 64 to like 4,096 more than the Mega Drive actually.


It was basically a Master System though. You could even get an adaptor for it to play Master System games, I think it was called a Master Gear or something like that.

For a portable Mega Drive check out the Sega Nomad: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sega_Nomad
#11
from wiki:
"The Game Gear was basically a portable Master System with a lower resolution screen, but allowed for a larger color palette. In addition, it could also produce stereo sound (through headphones) as opposed to the Master System's monaural output, though very few games made use of the stereo capabilities. Unlike the original Game Boy, the system was held in a "landscape" position, with the controls at the sides, making it less cramped to hold.

Because of the similarities between the Master System and the Game Gear, it was fairly easy for Master System games to be ported to Game Gear cartridges. Alternately, the Master Gear Converter was released during the system's lifetime which allowed original Master System games to be played on the Game Gear."
#12
boomboom
It was basically a Master System though. You could even get an adaptor for it to play Master System games, I think it was called a Master Gear or something like that.

For a portable Mega Drive check out the Sega Nomad: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sega_Nomad


I knew that, I still have my master system and game gear, and my master gear convertor.

A lot of games looked better on the GG due to the increased colour count and some games had far better graphics, a few had worse
#13
offers welcome
#14
I remember how much batteries the gamegear ate!
#15
last bump

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