Have you ever wanted to have a handheld gaming console that fits in the palm of your hand? Sega’s Game Gear Micro truly justifies the name by bringing in a new generation of handheld gaming.
The company with a view to commemorate the 60th anniversary launched this micro mini console for which you need two small thumbs to play properly. While many big time fans were expecting a version of Dreamcast or Saturn to get launched, Sega for some odd reason decided to go with the Game Gear.
As it has always been, Sega is not going to launch this globally but focusing on a Japanese release for now. Some may be willing to pay an increased amount to import the tiny piece of technology and play it in their home country. The entire product measures just 80mm in width and has a miniscule 1.15-inches screen on which you are going to enjoy your play time.
The product is available in four different colors and you will receive a collection of games on each one of them. For collector’s the company offers a bundled four pack so that you can get a collection of all the popular titles on the Sega’s Game Gear Micro in its new format.
The black edition has Sonic, Out Run, Royal Stone and Puyo Puyo Tsu. While you will get Sonic & Tails on the blue edition, you can also get Gunstar Heroes, Sylvan Tale and Baku Baku Animal. Yellow variant includes Shining Force series including the first, second and Final Conflict along with Nazo Puyo Aruru No Ru. Red edition includes Megami Tensei Gaiden, Columns and Game Gear Shinobi.
Sega Game Gear Micro sells for 4980 Japanese Yen and is approximately $45 which will get launched on 6th of October which is still a couple of months away from now.