Sega Millenium

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Sega Millenium
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
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The Sega Millenium (with one "n"), also spotted as the Sega 2000 is an unlicensed Sega Mega Drive clone console found primarily in Eastern Europe. It is shaped like an original PlayStation (complete with lid), though is easily distinguishable by its added bulge. Little else is known about the console - similar systems such as the Simba's 168 seem more widespread.

Physical scans

Physical scans

Mega Drive, (Sega Millenium)
SegaMillennium Box Front.jpg
Mega Drive, (Sega 2000)


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