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Standard Controller
Six Button Controller
Recoton Six Button Controller
Interact Program Pad
ASCII SG-6
Sega Joystick
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Mega Mouse
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Electronic Arts Multitap
Power Plus
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Activator Close Up
TeeVGolf
Batter-Up!
Game Genie
Sega Channel


The classic-style Sega Genesis controller. 1650

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The new-style 6 Button Sega Genesis Controller. MK-1570

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Six button Genesis controller by Recoton. The red circle on the back shows where you can change from normal to turbo mode.

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Interact's Program Pad for the Sega Genesis

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ASCII's asciiPad SG-6

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Official Sega Joystick. MK-1627

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1st Party wireless controllers.

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Mega Mouse. 1st Party. MK-1645

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Turbo Touch 360

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Sega's multitap, the Team Player. MK-1647

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Electronic Arts Genesis 4 Player Adapter

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Gives only one controller a boost such as rapid fire, turbo, etc. What about the other one?

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Sega Menacer with Menacer 6 Game Cartidge and reciever (1658).

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Sega Genesis Activator Ring. The ring was made of eight different sections that corresponded to buttons on a regular Genesis controller. Specially configured Activator games were Eternal Champions, Streets of Rage 3, Mortal Kombat CD, and Greatest Heavyweights. Eternal Champions, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter II: SCE were pack-ins. Many of the Genesis's library of games worked with the Activator. MK-1659

The Activator requires a power supply. The tip is a standard Genesis 2 PSU. MK-1659 120V 60Ha 8.2W 9V DC 500mA

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Close up of a section of the Activator ring.

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TeeVGolf. Weighted like a real club, 2 AA batteries, and easily used by both right handed and left handed people. You can also adjust clubs and skill level.

I believe that it was packed in with PGA Tour Golf and PGA Tour Golf II. Works with many of the other golf games available.

Scan from Sega Visions February/March 1994 issue, page 92.

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Sports Sciences, Inc. Batter Up! Controller for Sega Genesis baseball games. The plastic bat was covered with a bright blue foam cover.

The "dip" switch looking things are used to program, rather, tell the bat what game you're currently playing so it may configure itself to that games stats.

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Sega Genesis Game Genie by Galoob. Cheat codes contained in the booklet gave the player unlimited lives, ammo, super jumps, etc.

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The Sega Channel was developed in 1994 to bring Sega Genesis players the latest and yet-to-be-released games directly to their home, 24 hours a day through their cable. Games rotated from month to month so there was always something new to play. There was a parental lockout so games would always be appropriate for certain audiences. The games were split into eight categories: Test Drives, Sports Arena, The Arcade, Swords & Spells, Wings and Wheels, The Think Tank, The Family Room, and Classics.

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