For a wide audience, the fate of SEGA can generally be summed up in two highlights: a tremendous rise in the early 1990s, led by the Western success of the Mega Drive console, and the resounding announcement of its withdrawal as a manufacturer in 2001, following the failure of its ultimate console, the Dreamcast. The solar system discussed in this book represents the gray area between these two extremes.
In "this book, Aurélien Thévenot invites us to unravel the history of the projects that have dotted this gray area, from the Game Gear to the mysterious Project Pluto, via the mythical Saturn, the real highlight of the story. And if the supposed coherence of this solar system of SEGA consoles was not so obvious? The investigation conducted for the writing of this book could well lift the veil on one of the many mysteries in the history of video games.
LE SYSTÈME SOLAIRE DE SEGA. VERS LA SATURN ET AU-DELÀ
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