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Friday Night Laps + MSLA Race
02/23/2024 09:00 PM EST
Friday Night Fights Season 1 Week 8
02/23/2024 09:40 PM EST
DAILY QUEST
2024-02-23
Mash Up Fighter
1
WEEKLY QUESTS
S7W8
Clip of the Week: Season 7 Week 8
11
Gaming Photography: Season 7 Week 8
11
Original Meme of the Week Season 7 Week 8
12
Minecraft Season 7 Challenge
2
Fastest Prop Hunter (0358-3267-8802)
2
We're Rocket Racers? - Puddle Jumpers
8
Stringer Challenge
3
S7 SideSwipe assists
4
FEATURED
FEATURED QUEST
The Cure Starts Now 2024
21
+ 1000 XP
Load screen tip
Quests are challenges you can do on your own, any time you want. Some are simple questions, others are things you need to do in game, such as time trials.
Sega Master System
1986-09-01
The Master System is a third-generation 8-bit home video game console manufactured by Sega. It was originally a remodeled export version of the Sega Mark III, the third iteration of the SG-1000 series of consoles, which was released in Japan in 1985 and featured enhanced graphical capabilities over its predecessors. The Master System launched in North America in 1986, followed by Europe in 1987, and Brazil in 1989. A Japanese version of the Master System was also launched in 1987, which features a few enhancements over the export models (and by proxy the original Mark III): a built-in FM audio chip, a rapid-fire switch, and a dedicated port for the 3D glasses. The Master System II, a cheaper model, was released in 1990 in North America, Australasia and Europe.
 

Sega Master System
"Never owned one as a kid, but played a lot at my friend's house a lot. Enjoyed playing it."
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Sega Master System
"My first video game system and maybe it’s the nostalgia talking, but still claim that is has the best Ghostbusters game ever made"
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Sega Master System
"Alex the Kid built in? Wow. He needs to move out. Chuck Rock was amazing on this. And James Pond. "
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Sega Master System
"The first true video game system I ever played. In the time I really enjoyed it. It was my first foray into 3D games to like Maze Hunter and Zaxxon. The technology wasn't that great from what I remember but it was a very cool and futuristic concept back then. I did a lot of sitting and watching having two older brothers always playing. When I did get time I spent a lot of time playing the pre-loaded Snail Maze game and Shinobi. Ninjas were cool, actually they still are.

I remember liking the controller style versus the Nintendo due to the way the directional pad was designed. It made playing Double Dragon better, or at least I told my friends it did. I think Sega did have a solid system here but the games that were coming out on NES and weren't for Sega had to give the win to NES in this generation. "
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Sega Master System
"My favorite 8-bit system. It didn’t have some of the “cool” games that the big system did, but I can remember spending hours playing games on this. Looking back, this system may not have been quite as good as that other guy, but it holds a special place in my heart. "
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