|Fast facts on the Arcade Command Stick|
|Made for: Sega Master System|
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The Arcade Command Stick is an unreleased official Sega Master System controller. Despite having its name trademarked, being given a serial code (43052) and advertised in 1988 (with what is assumed to be concept art), the peripheral never materialised for unknown reasons.
The Arcade Command Stick was set to be a high-end controller - a step above the Sega Control Stick in replicating an arcade-like control scheme. It appears to have had turbo switches and rotatable buttons, and is much larger (and presumably heavier) unit than the Control Stick. Though no prototype units have ever been found, there is a close match in the form of the XE-1 Pro by Dempa.
|Sega Master System Hardware|
|Master System Variations||Asia | North America | Europe | South America|
|Add-ons||Demo Unit II | Telecon Pack | FM Sound Unit | 3-D Glasses|
|Game Controllers||SJ-152 | Control Pad | 3-D Glasses | Control Stick | Handle Controller | Light Phaser | Paddle Control | Rapid Fire Unit | Sports Pad | SG Commander|
|Misc. Hardware||Action Replay | Card Catcher | Action Case | Freedom Connection | Playkit|
|Unreleased Accessories||Floppy Disk Drive|
|Consoles on a Chip||Arcade Gamer Portable | Coby TF-DVD560 | DVD Karaoke Game DVT-G100 | Fun Play 20-in-1 | Master System 3 | Master System Evolution | Master System Handy | PlayPal Plug & Play | Poga|