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|Manufacturer: Zoga, Kin Wai (Hong Kong) Investment Limited|
|Distributor: Songa, Sat Game|
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The ZW-163 is an Sega Mega Drive clone console released at some point during late 1990s and early 2000s.
The ZW-163 is modelled on a Nintendo 64 (the only console of this nature thought to mimic a Nintendo system), though is physically smaller and ships with two Sega Saturn-inspired controllers. Predictably it is not compatible with the Sega Mega-CD due to a lack of an expansion port.
ZW-163 is known as Mega Drive III in Ukraine and Genesis II in Czech Republic.
|Mega Drive, CN (ZW-163)|
|Mega Drive, AR (Songa)|