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S > SEGA > Nomad


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Sega Nomad videogame system. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Wednesday 18th July 2012
jaume de la vega (Catalonia (Spain))

Got my Japanese Nomad from Japan... (yep, really), is labeled as a Genesis Nomad but the system board is Japanese region from origin (In Sonic 2, Tails becomes Miles, Streets of rage is ''bare knuckle''...)

Wednesday 15th February 2012
JodSUMO (Sheffield, UK)

The Nomad was never released in Japan as far as my own research suggests. I can find claims it was released, but I think these are mistakes. I''ve found no other evidence whatsoever for a ''Mega Drive Nomad''. Shame really, because I would rather have one than my ''Genesis Nomad''.

Monday 13rd September 2010
Dr. Raptorheimer (U.S.A)

The system with the WORST battery life ever. I tested one at my local game store, we slapped fresh batteries in it. It lasted for about a minute.

Friday 2nd April 2010
Alexander Frankland (Canada)

this console did have alternative power. when i was in japan, i went to a retro video game shop that sold rechargeable battery packs for this console. according to the box (and i quote): "this pack will quadruple the life span of your nomad. see list in side for compatible games."

the owner of the shop said that it was only compatible with the Japanese nomad, and on top of that, only 100 megadrive games.

that must have suck for who ever owned one (that includes me). i hated spending $20 a month on batteries for the console. not to mention most of the games did not work!

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