Sega CD facts for kids
Top: Original Sega CD (bottom) attached to a Model 1 Genesis.
Bottom: Model 2 Sega CD (on right) attached to a Model 2 Genesis.
Other variations are pictured under Variations below
|Also known as||Mega-CD (most regions outside North America and Brazil)|
|Type||Video game console add-on|
|Units sold||2.24 million|
|CPU||Motorola 68000 @ 12.5 MHz|
|Storage||64 kbit internal RAM|
|Best-selling game||Sonic CD, 1.5 million|
The Sega CD was a CD-based console add-on made by Sega and released in 1991 in Japan, 1992 in North America, and 1993 in Europe. It was 16-bit and Sega's first foray into the CD market. It was somewhat successful, but was criticized for the lack of quality games.
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PAL Mega-CD II without a Mega Drive attached
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