Master System consoles in Northern Europe

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The Sega Master System first appeared in this region in 1987 and debuted in other countries in the following years.

In Scandinavia, quite a lot of attention was paid to the competition between Master System and the NES console.

In the Baltics, the Master System only appeared in the 90s. This was only the second model. Due to the presence of the Mega Drive console on the market, SMS was not the main player and was mainly bought by people who could not afford MD consoles. Despite the fact that the sale was larger than the NES console, it was far behind the popular famiclones.

Denmark

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
The Sega Master System ( Dennis Bergström distribution) (>=1987)
MasterSystem1.jpg


The Sega Master System (Brio) (>=1990)
MasterSystem1.jpg


Master System II (Brio) (>=1991)
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Master System II (Sega Europe) (>=1993)
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Estonia

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Master System II (199x)
MasterSystem2.jpg


Finland

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
The Sega Master System (Sanura Suomi distribution) (>=198x)
995 FIM (>=1989)
MasterSystem1.jpg


Sega Master System Plus (PCI-Data distribution) 995 FIM (>=1990)
MasterSystem1.jpg


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The Sega Master System (Brio AB distribution) (>=1991)
MasterSystem1.jpg


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Master System II (Brio AB distribution) 595 FIM (>=1991)
MasterSystem2.jpg


Iceland

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
The Sega Master System (Skifan distribution) 15.900 kr (1990-03)
13.330 kr (1990-12)
MasterSystem1.jpg
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The Sega Master System (Tölvuhusid distribution) 10.900 kr (1991-11)
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Master System II (Tölvuhusid distribution) 9.900 kr (1991-12)
MasterSystem2.jpg


Master System II (Japis distribution) (>=1993)
MasterSystem2.jpg


Latvia

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Master System II (199x)
MasterSystem2.jpg


Lithuania

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
SMS2AK EU Box Front Newer.jpg
Master System II (1995)
MasterSystem2.jpg
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PAL G
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Warranty card


Norway

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
SMSAK NO Box Front.jpg
The Sega Master System (>=1991)
MasterSystem1.jpg
SMS Manual NO.jpg
Manual


Master System II (>=1991)
MasterSystem2.jpg


Sweden

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
The Sega Master System ( Dennis Bergström distribution) (1987)
MasterSystem1.jpg


The Sega Master System (Brio AB distribution) (1990)
MasterSystem1.jpg
Brio AB Svarspost SE.jpg
Svarspost


Master System II (Brio AB dsitribution) (1991)
MasterSystem2.jpg
Brio AB Svarspost SE.jpg
Svarspost


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