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Sega Master System

If it's 8-bit you're into, you can't do better than the Sega Master System.  A longtime leader in 8-bot graphics and gameplay, the redesigned Sega Master System II makes the best 8-bit system aroung even better.  The current library of more than 100 hits is still growing.  And with new titles like Shadow Dancer The Secret of Shinobi, Strider, Spider-Man, and Golden Axe Warrior there's no end in sight.

The Sega Master System was Sega's answer to Nintendo's 8-bit NES.  Technically superior, the system never gained much in the way of a large user base. It didn't have enough third party game developers like Nintendo had.   The Sega Master System did have quite a few games during its short life, however, such as the renowned RPG Phantasy Star and a few of the Alex Kid Series games.
The system wars are perennial. Don't believe us? Then  you must not have been around for the great Nintendo vs. Sega Master System debate of the late '80s. Sega's system could handle more sprites and colors, but Nintendo had  Mario and Zelda. One secret weapon in Sega's arsenal was the secret game built directly into their console. It was a dumb little game where you had to guide a snail through a  maze within a given period of time. But it was free, and Nintendo didn't have it. Small consolation for the Sega faithful left high and dry by their system's demise.
 Player's Choice has a large selection of Sega Master System accessories and games.  Check our current stock of Sega Master System consoles.  Looking for that hard to find title.  Search or vast inventory here.  If we are sold out of a game, fill out the form on the specific game page, and we will email you when it comes back in stock.

Do you have some Sega Master System games to trade.  Just click on the Trade In button on each game you want to trade in.  We also give cash for Sega Saturn games and systems.  For more info on Game Trading Click Here

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