In 1991, SEGA released the Game Gear to compete with Nintendo’s wildly successful Game Boy. While the Game Gear did have features Nintendo’s handheld lacked (color screen, more comfortable), it just couldn’t keep pace. Today the Game Gear has a loyal following and is a very easy system to start collecting. In this episode of The Gaming Historian, we go over everything about the system and reasons why it failed.
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