History of Sega in Turkey

From Sega Retro

Are we sure about the Sega-CD and 32X? I've been watching the market for quite some time but I've never seen either of the consoles being sold in Turkey.--Peace MkII

It was my guess. This resulted from the observation of other markets at a similar time. So when I saw that on other markets near Turkey, these consoles were issued in a small amount, I thought it was the same in this country.

Is Peace your previous account?--Lukdriver14 (talk) 10:35, 19 April 2019 (EDT)

Okay, thanks. I was wondering if i had actually missed Mega-CD when it was sold here. Besides these two, every Sega console was released in kebabland. Even Dreamcast was in the shelves for a few months.

And yes, it was my previous account.--Peace MkII

It may be possible that these consoles were released in a very small numbers, but to confirm it, it would be best to check in a magazine. I only have Gameshow scans, but there is not much.

Speaking of magazines, do you have Sega Magazin Mix scans?--Lukdriver14 (talk) 06:03, 20 April 2019 (EDT)

I have all four issues, but i don't have a scanner. As for Mega-CD, only a news article mentions it, along with unreleased consoles like Wondermega and Gega-Drive. No mention of 32X at all and no evidence of either being sold in Turkey. Then again, as i explained in the article, magazine had a very short life (conspiracy?).

As for Gameshow, while I love the magazine to death, they are not a reliable source of information for consoles. They did review a few Sega Saturn games back in the day (another magazine named LEVEL also did so) but they were PC purists. You know the type: "Master Race" mentality, looking down on consoles etc.--Peace MkII

I suspected that there might be descriptions of Sega games in LEVEL but I can not find scans anywhere.--Lukdriver14 (talk) 08:24, 20 April 2019 (EDT)