1991 Master System games

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1991 was the start of a new generation for the Sega Master System itself, as it was the final year of its North American releases, with the final game to reach their shores being Sonic the Hedgehog. Despite growing popularity of the Sega Mega Drive whereas the video game console boom was in response, the Master System would still remain strong in Europe and Brazil. Though in Brazil, the covers had remained old school, games that were released in Europe from that year onward had their covers redesigned to become much more vivid. Plus, support from the likes of third-party companies such as Domark, Tengen, US Gold, TecMagik, Image Works, Virgin, and even Acclaim had helped the system strive through the 8-bit competition in those countries.