Video Game Retrospective Launches Retrospective of the Sega Game Gear


Milwuakee, WI -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/07/2021 --Video Game Retrospective launched a new retrospective video detailing the history, features and faults of the Sega Game Gear, Sega's response to the Nintendo Game Boy, that sold over 10 million units between 1990 and 1997.

The video is one in a long line of Video Game Retrospective videos, chronicling the development and history of the iconic video game consoles of the past. The Game Gear video addresses the many things that made the Game Gear stand out in the early 1990s like it's back-lit color screen and library of classic Sega games while addressing the reasons the console never rose to the success of Nintendo's Game Boy system.

Many Sega fans will have great memories of playing their favorite Game Gear games like Sonic the Hedgehog or Columns. This video is designed to assist those fans in reconnecting with a system from their youth they might have forgotten about.

"The Sega Game Gear may have some pretty major faults," said Jacob Jones, Host of Video Game Retrospective. "but it's still an amazing system that deserves more attention than it currently gets."

The retrospective covers:

- Sega's ambitious intentions with developing the Game Gear
- How the Game Gear stacks up to it's competition
- The many hardware issues experienced by Game Gear collectors today

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Video Game Retrospective, along with its sister shows, Tech Retrospective and Mac Retrospective is on a mission to document the history of technology from the unique to the everyday.

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