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    heart Stories from the Book of Genesis Vol. 30

    Everyone remembers their first Genesis console, but how many remember their sixth? It's been our experience that many Genesis owners have multiple versions of the hardware, from many different regions, a truly interesting example of console dedication. It takes a truly devoted fan to share the love and give so many systems a happy home, especially in this age of emulation. Staff writer Sebastian Sponsel spins just such a tale in volume 30 of our Stories from the Book of Genesis series, so read up and then head to eBay!

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    very nice read!

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    This was a very awesome read, do keep that MD2, and perhaps get it modded
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    Quote Originally Posted by TmEE View Post
    This was a very awesome read, do keep that MD2, and perhaps get it modded
    you know, this is actually a pretty sweet idea! Thanks for the tip.
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    Heh, I enjoyed reading it. I'd be rather proud of owning an import system myself.

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    Another good story from SEGA-16's favorite Drunk German

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    Solid!

    Aladdin...so awesome.

    It and NBA Jam were the first games to grace my beautiful new Mega Drive (II) on my birthday back in 19...94, I think. Breathtaking.

    When Christmas arrived a few weeks later, I was blessed with all-time greats FIFA International Soccer and Ecco: The Tides of Time. Man...

    Obviously, my parents are phenomenal.

    And so is SEGA.

    Viva!

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    I have my very first Genesis from 1989 myself, and 3-4 others I have collected up over the years another first gen, 2 more 2nd gens, 1 first gen cd drive. a menacer and around 100 games. I got my first 50-60 games while they were new. I would love a nomad though

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