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01 December 2020 , by Consolevariations Sega Showed off The Venus Prototype For The First Time

Sega turns 60

The company has been celebrating in a wide range of ways one of which is a special video history lesson which runs through the company's home hardware lineage.

This particular seminar was held by Sega producer and manager Hiroyuki Miyazaki and takes us from the early days of 1983's SG-1000 Hardware right the way up to Sega's final home console, the Dreamcast

For the first time ever, they showed an unreleased prototype console called the Sega Venus. The Japanese version of the Nomad console

You can checkout the entire video, right here!

Sega Venus
Sega Venus
Hiroyuki Miyazaki
Hiroyuki Miyazaki
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All the Consoles based on our Solar System

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