Pt 5: Tiger R-Zone
A gadget you can wear on your face that plays loads of Sega games is a thing that was always going to make a young Olly023 take notice.
His love of the Tiger LCD games meant this would be another thing he needed in his life... Cue the search!
Pt 1: Sega VR
Oculus may be the big thing right now but once again Sega got there first.
Back in the early 1990's all of the magazines started talking about a 3D headset that would work with a Sega Megadrive/Genesis. Olly immediately wanted one.
Olly is a happy soul who is always dreaming of the stuff he wants, things that go all the way back to his early childhood years.
In these articles he is going to explain to you all why he chased after them so hard for so long and if he ever did finally get what he wanted.
Behold his madness!
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Olly023's...But I want one of those!
When you get older all you have left are your memories it seems. For Megatron he's hair may have left but he has some quite crazy stories to tell those who will listen.
More than 35 years of such things as playing, collecting and even selling games does in fact make for tales that will make you laugh and cry. It's storytime, get comfy!
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Part 4: Wild Card's
Everyone loves a bit of Emulation, after all it stops you spending tons of cash on old games. But what about the generation who didn't have emulators, what did they do?
Megatron's_Fury was one such person... And he always had a solution.
Part 1: Budget
A much younger Megatron spent his youth wanting all the games, problem was they cost so much.
When all you have is pocket money and they go for 10-30 pounds it's going to be hard to keep up. Thankfully a new range appeared.
It's here that the main bulk of the features will live. A whole host of articles on all manner of subjects are here for you to feast upon.
From look back features on classic TV shows and games magazines to things that drive gamers mad. Prepare to lose hours of your life.
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If you grew up in North America then chances are the Sega Master System was something of an unknown console to you.
Go a bit to the south and visit places like Brazil and it's a whole different story as Miracleman takes a look at what happened when Sega tried a second time...
New games like Minecraft on the PC prove that if a game sells on one machine then it should be on all machines.
This is not a new concept, retro gaming fans have seen this all before. Jamalais has bad memories of when some of them went wrong...