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The Dynacom Megavision is a Sega Mega Drive clone from Brazil. Though it was not officially licensed by Sega, it was advertised in magazines and was reasonably successful until Sega's Brazilian distributor, Tec Toy forced it off the market.
The Megavision is loosely based on a Mega Drive I but has different shell. The product was bundled with a set of headphones, two six button controllers and an adaptor for Sega Master System games in an attempt to help market the product as being two consoles in one. It is also notable for having an eject button, similar to the Super Nintendo, though cartridges can still be removed by hand. There is switch on the back which will disable region locking, and it is also compatible with a Sega Mega-CD and any other accessory aside from the Power Base Converter and Sega 32X.
- Main article: Megavision/Magazine articles.
also published in:
- SuperGamePower (BR) #13: "Abril 1995" (1995-xx-xx)
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|2000s||C-11 | Dual Action | e-time Game Play | GN Twin | Mega Drive Extreme | Mega Drive III | Mega Drive V | Noritul FX-16 | RetroN 3|
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