From Sega Retro
|Manufacturer: Hori (JP), Sega (EU)|
|Made for: Sega Master System|
The SG Commander is a third-party control pad released in 1988 by Hori in Japan. It was made to be compatible with all of Sega's 8-bit game consoles available at the time (such as SG-1000, SG-1000 II, Sega Mark III), hence the "SG" naming. A first-party variation was later released for the European market by Sega, where it was sold strictly as a Sega Master System peripheral with no mention of compatibility with previous Sega platforms. Aside from the different logo on the casing, the Hori and Sega versions of the SG Commander are functionally identical.
The controller has the same form factor and model number as the original Hori Commander for the Famicom and the later PC Commander for PC Engine. The SG Commander closely resembles the standard Famicom controller with its cross-shaped directional pad and rectangular form, although the top portion of the controller is curved. It has two sliders for adjustable turbo fire for each action button.
|Master System, EU|
|Master System, JP|
|Sega Master System Hardware|
|Master System Variations||Asia | North America | Europe | South America|
|Add-ons||Demo Unit II | Telecon Pack | FM Sound Unit | 3-D Glasses|
|Game Controllers||SJ-152 | Control Pad | 3-D Glasses | Control Stick | Handle Controller | Light Phaser | Paddle Control | Rapid Fire Unit | Sports Pad | SG Commander|
|Misc. Hardware||Action Replay | Card Catcher | Action Case | Freedom Connection | Playkit|
|Unreleased Accessories||Floppy Disk Drive|
|Consoles on a Chip||Arcade Gamer Portable | Coby TF-DVD560 | DVD Karaoke Game DVT-G100 | Fun Play 20-in-1 | Master System 3 | Master System Evolution | Master System Handy | PlayPal Plug & Play | Poga|