Sega Mega Drive
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The Mega Drive (メガドライブ), called the Sega Genesis in North America and Super Gam*Boy (수퍼겜보이), later Super Aladdin Boy (수퍼알라딘 보이) in South Korea, is a cartridge-based video game console developed by Sega in 1988.
Codenamed the Sega Mark V during development it is Sega's fifth video game console (following the SG-1000, SG-1000 II, Sega Mark III and Sega Master System) to be released, but only the second substantial hardware upgrade. The Mega Drive's selling point was its 16-bit main processor, with in adddition to superior graphics capabilities, allowed for a more advanced gaming experience previously limited to the arcades.
The Mega Drive is Sega's most successful video game console, with 40 million hardware units sold worldwide, including more than 20 million in the United States, over 9 million in Western Europe, 3.58 million in Japan, and 3 million in Brazil.. It has a software library consisting of more than one thousand games; more than previous generations of Sega hardware combined.
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