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    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceFlea View Post
    I also recall opening some new back then that didn't have them.

    Some multi-disc games did though. Fahrenheit had a really thin foam brick. I purchased it new and it still has it.
    Hey SpaceFlea. Do you recall which games? I'm sure it's hard to remember.

    Tripredacus thinks early releases might not have always had them. Maybe the bricks came later as Sega realized CD's were getting damaged?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thesegadude View Post
    Hey guys,

    Does anyone know if all brand new Sega CD games came with a foam brick?

    I recently opened a sealed Ecco the Dolphin and it did not have a foam brick. I'm thinking it was re-sealed and not factory.
    The first Sega CD game I bought in one of the "new" gigantic plastic cases back in 1993 was Ecco the Dolphin. Mine didn't come with a foam brick either.

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    No they did not all come with that foam brick. I had a few new games for my system years ago that didn't have them.
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    Thanks everyone for sharing your experience with new Sega CD games.
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    The only brand new sega cd i opened is shining force cd, amd it did have a foam protrctor

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    Wonder Dog came in a cardboard box, with a plain CD jewel case.

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    ??? Like all the first wave of sega cd games

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    PSX longbox games often came with a foam insert, in my limited experience, if only to keep the manual from flopping around. Never had any new Sega disc games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PreZZ View Post
    ??? Like all the first wave of sega cd games
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raijin Z View Post
    PSX longbox games often came with a foam insert, in my limited experience, if only to keep the manual from flopping around. Never had any new Sega disc games.
    All of the new even BTD used PlayStation longbox (both the plasic and cardboard ones) games I picked up had foam blocks in them and wasn't just to keep the manual but was very much needed to hold the disk in place.

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    Just recently I picked-up a sealed Road Rash for the Sega CD. So I added it to my 'breaking the seal' video.

    This actually had some stuff packed in it.

    https://youtu.be/mL1lXdXD7fM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moirai View Post
    The proper term is a SEGA MEGA FOAM
    +1 Bravo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuOhQ View Post
    +1 Bravo.
    I rep'd Moirai for that one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moirai View Post
    The proper term is a SEGA MEGA FOAM
    I say this too (well, just Mega Foam) but it does fit the name scheme


    I want to say I've had a couple of games that I bought new that did not have foam, but the are few and far between. Almost all of them have them from my memory.

    I remember someone talking about retailers complaining to Sega about loose discs so they added them in quite early on and then continued with it through the Saturn. As someone else mentioned there are different thicknesses that were used for when there were multiple discs and this is also true. Dragon Force also had a brick that was less thick since the manual was so large.
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