|Fast Facts on the Arcade Motion Dual|
The Arcade Motion Dual (also referred to as simply the Arcade Motion) is a "console on a chip" manufactured by AtGames in 2010. It closely resembles the Genesis Gencore, but instead of a cartridge slot, it features an SD card slot to play downloaded ROMs. It also features 40 Built-In games, including 15 officially-licensed Sega Mega Drive titles, 7 "motion-sensing" sports games, and 18 "bonus" arcade games. Strangely, several of the officially-licensed games have added save states on the menu screen that act as a "level select" of sorts.
The controllers are similar to Wii Remotes and feature motion-sensing support to some extent. The console uses standard mono A/V output and runs off of four AAA batteries or an AC adapter, neither of which is included. The remotes both use two AAA batteries each.
|Sega Mega Drive Hardware|
|Console Variations||Japan | North America | Europe | Brazil | Asia | South Korea | Australia|
|Add-ons||Mega-CD (Multi-Mega | Wondermega | CSD-G1M) | 32X (Mega-CD 32X)|
|Controllers||Control Pad | Six Button Control Pad | 6 Button Arcade Pad | MK-1470|
|Network Services||Sega Channel | Sega Meganet (Sega Game Toshokan) | Tectoy Mega Net | TeleBradesco | XB∀ND|
|Misc. Hardware||4 Way Play | Action Replay | Game Genie | Mega Anser | Power Plug | StuntMaster | Super Multi-play |Team Player | Tototek MD-Pro|
|Unreleased Hardware||Floppy Disk Drive | Video Jukebox|
|Consoles on a Chip||
Arcade Blast | Arcade Classic | Arcade Master | Arcade Motion Classic | Arcade Motion Dual | Arcade Nano Series | Arcade Portable | Arcade Ultimate | Genesis Gencore | GenMobile | Mega Drive Twin Pads