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|Made for: Sega Master System|
|Type: Arcade stick|
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Freedom Stick is a third-party arcade stick released by Camerica. It is compatible with a number of systems - the Sega Master System, Nintendo Entertainment System, the Atari 2600 and 7800 and a variety of home computers using the DE-9 standard.
The stick itself is a simple wireless arcade stick with turbo features. It takes four AA batteries.
Similarities with the NES Advantage caused Nintendo to sue Camerica shortly after release.
- Main article: Freedom Stick/Magazine articles.
- Electronic Game Player, "September/October 1988" (US; 1988-xx-xx), page 41
- VideoGames & Computer Entertainment, "February 1989" (US; 1989-0x-xx), page 34
- VideoGames & Computer Entertainment, "February 1989" (US; 1989-0x-xx), page 19
- Electronic Gaming Monthly, "1989 Buyer's Guide" (US; 1989-xx-xx), page 40
- Game Players, "Vol. 1 No. 6 December 1989" (US; 1989-1x-xx), page 45
|Third-party controllers for the Sega Master System|