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Gallery: Classic Sega Hardware Takes Over GDC's West Hall

Posted on Thursday, March 28 @ 15:33:40 PST by

In the West Hall of San Francisco's Moscone convention center, classic SEGA hardware is king, and we are its loyal subjects. Along with a gaggle of old-school arcade machines (not pictured here) is a massive collection of SEGA development kits, pre-release software, and hardware spanning the now defunct manufacturer.

Sure, SEGA lives on with Sonic and company and maybe the occasional mobile game, but I'll miss the Dreamcast, the Mega Drive, the Saturn, and all the amazing games that came with those systems. There's also a ton of SEGA memoribilia on hand, but since you're at home in your underwear in front of your computer and not at GDC, you can enjoy the nostalgia by looking at these pictures of the defacto console graveyard.

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