Sega Meganet

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Sega Meganet was a network service in Japan for use with the Sega Mega Drive. To use the network service, a Sega Mega Modem needed to be attached to the Mega Drive and a subscription fee of ¥800 per month for 6 months needed to be paid. It could then be used to go online to play games with modem support with other players in Japan. There was also a special cartridge, called Sega Game Toshokan, which allowed people who had the cartridge inserted to download and play a small variety of games that were never commercially released in Japan.

List of Retail Games With Online Play Support

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Sega Mega Drive Hardware
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Heartbeat Personal Trainer | LaserActive | Mega Jet | Mega PC | Mega Play | Mega-Tech | Nomad | Teradrive

Add-ons Mega CD (Multi-Mega | Wondermega | CSD-G1M) | 32X (Mega CD 32X)

Demo System DS-16 | Master Mega Converter | Mega-CD Karaoke | Mega Modem | Nomad PowerBack | Power Base Converter | Super Magic Drive

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Unreleased Hardware Floppy Disk Drive | Video Jukebox
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