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File Date Source Title and comments
Logo-pdf.svg 1988-xx-xx Pixel (GR), "Dekémvrios 1988"
Logo-pdf.svg 1989-xx-xx ACE (UK), "February 1989"
Logo-pdf.svg 1989-04-11 Computer & Video Games (UK), "May 1989"
Logo-pdf.svg 1989-04-22 Electronic Gaming Monthly (US), "July/August 1989"
Logo-pdf.svg 1989-xx-xx The One (UK), "May 1989"
Logo-pdf.svg 1989-xx-xx GamePro (US), "July/August 1989"
VG&CE US 07.pdf Logo-pdf.svg 1989-xx-xx VideoGames & Computer Entertainment (US), "August 1989"
Logo-pdf.svg 1989-xx-xx Games Preview (DK), "8/9 1989"
Logo-pdf.svg 1989-xx-xx Electronic Gaming Monthly (US), "September/October 1989"
Logo-pdf.svg 1989-10-16 Complete Guide to Consoles (UK), ""
Pixel GR 59.pdf Logo-pdf.svg 1989-xx-xx Pixel (GR), "Októvrios 1989"
Logo-pdf.svg 1989-xx-xx Zero (UK), "December 1989"
Logo-pdf.svg 19xx-xx-xx Zero (UK), "January 1990"
Logo-pdf.svg 1990-xx-xx Joystick (FR), "Avril 1990"
Logo-pdf.svg 1990-xx-xx Joystick (FR), "Juillet/Août 1990"
Logo-pdf.svg 1990-xx-xx Player One (FR), "Septembre 1990"
Logo-pdf.svg 1990-09-27 Raze (UK), "November 1990"
Logo-pdf.svg 1990-xx-xx Electronic Gaming Monthly (US), "October 1990"
MM 1990-10 SI Consoles.jpg 1990-xx-xx Moj Mikro (SI), "Oktober 1990"
Logo-pdf.svg 1990-11-xx Complete Guide to Consoles (UK), "Volume IV"
Logo-pdf.svg 1991-01-28 The One (UK), "February 1991"
Pixel GR 75.pdf Logo-pdf.svg 1991-xx-xx Pixel (GR), "Mártios 1991"
Logo-pdf.svg 1991-04-14 Computer & Video Games (UK), "May 1991"
Logo-pdf.svg 1991-05-xx The Complete Guide to Sega (UK), ""
Logo-pdf.svg 1991-xx-xx Electronic Gaming Monthly (US), "June 1991"
MC 1 SCG SMD SMS.jpg 1991-xx-xx Micro Computer (SCG), "Juni 1991"
Logo-pdf.svg 1991-xx-xx Player One (FR), "Juillet/Août 1991"
Logo-pdf.svg 1991-xx-xx Pixel (GR), "Septémvrios 1991"
Wiz 5 IL Sega consoles.jpg 1991-xx-xx Wiz (IL), ""
Logo-pdf.svg 1991-xx-xx Pixel (GR), "Októvrios 1991"
Wiz 9 IL Sega consoles.png 1991-xx-xx Wiz (IL), ""
Logo-pdf.svg 199x-xx-xx Electronic Gaming Monthly (US), "1992 Video Game Buyer's Guide"
Logo-pdf.svg 1992-xx-xx GamePro (US), "16-bit Video Gaming: February 1992"
Logo-pdf.svg 199x-xx-xx Electronic Gaming Monthly (US), "February 1992"
Galaksija 237 SCG SMD.jpg 1992-xx-xx Galaksija (SCG), "Februar 1992"
BIT 5 SK SMS SMD.jpg 1992-02-01 BIT (SK), "2/1992"
Logo-pdf.svg 1992-03-10 Player One (FR), "Mars 1992"
Logo-pdf.svg 1992-09-30 Video Games (DE), "10/92"
1993-xx-xx Pixel (GR), "Fevrouários 1993"
Morg 1993-04-01 IS.jpg 1993-04-01 Morgunblaðið (IS), ""
Logo-pdf.svg 1993-04-10 Excalibur (CZ), ""
Logo-pdf.svg 1993-05-15 Computer & Video Games (UK), "June 1993"
Logo-pdf.svg 1993-05-26 Electric Brain (UK), "June 1993" News
576kb 36 HU Mega Drive.jpg 1993-xx-xx 576 KByte (HU), "Július 1993"
Logo-pdf.svg 1994-01-15 Computer & Video Games (UK), "February 1994"
VP 1 CZ Sega consoles.jpg 199x-xx-xx Video Plus (CZ), ""
Logo-pdf.svg 1994-xx-xx Hobbytes (RO), "1/1994"
VAD 12 RU Sega 3-3.jpg 1994-10-28 Video-Ace Dendy (RU), ""
OT 1 PL SMD.jpg 199x-xx-xx Obok Telewizora (PL), "" "Sega Mega Drive"
We present you with two more computer game systems. The first of them is a 16-bit console, very popular in Western Europe and in America. It is characterized by high quality and attractive graphics. In Poland, the distributor of consoles and cartridges is Bobmark International.

In the near future you will be able to purchase games with rental rights. Interested rental companies are kindly requested to contact Bobmark by phone or fax.

GK 16 PL Sega.png 1995-xx-xx Gry Komputerowe (PL), "6/1995"
Logo-pdf.svg 1995 Alaab Alcomputtar (SA), "June 1995"
DNR 19 RU Sega Mega Drive.png 1995-08-17 Dendy:Novaya real'nost' (RU), ""
Logo-pdf.svg 1995-xx-xx Magazina igrushek (RU), "4/1995" "Sega"
SK 137 SCG SMD 2.jpg 1996-xx-xx Svet Kompjutera (SCG), "Februar 1996"
Logo-pdf.svg 1996-xx-xx Magazina igrushek (RU), "4/1996" Review of Sega products sold by Bitman.
Logo-pdf.svg 1996-xx-xx Top Secret (PL), "Maj 1996" "Konsolowy Świat"
The most important technical information about 16-bit, 32-bit and 64-bit consoles.
Level 20 CZ Consoles.jpg 1996-09-03 LeveL (CZ), "Září 1996"
Logo-pdf.svg 1996-xx-xx Yunior (RU), "7/1996"
Logo-pdf.svg 1999-07-15 Velikiy Drakon (RU), "" "Part of text"
8-bit consoles have long been under the pressure of pirates, and the pirates have paid attention to the next target. A full attack on Mega Drive has started. Weaked by the lack of games (the last game licensed by SEGA, was released over a year ago ...), the most widespread console on the Russian market looks like an easy prey. There is no competition in the upcoming stream of pirate games ... except for other units of the same origin. And if the current policy of development companies does not change, it will be impossible to fight against pirate versions of hit games (such as Super Mario Bros for Mega Drive).
Logo-pdf.svg 1999-08-26 GameOn (FR), "Septembre 1999"
Logo-pdf.svg 2000-11-01 Velikiy Drakon (RU), "" "The history of Sega"


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