The NEW BLAZE Sega“BlazeGear”

25th August 2010

Classic Game Gear and Master System games built into one portable handheld console

Retro to go!

“Do me a favour, plug me into a Sega!” was the phrase that echoed around every playground following the release of the Sega Master System console back in the glory days of gaming. This 8-bit excitement was re kindled with the launch of the Sega Game Gear, a smaller, portable console which had the ability to play Master System games on the move.

Things have indeed moved on since then, but there is so much truth in the phrase“The old ones are the best”, especially when it comes to gaming.

Being roughly half the size of the original Game Gear, improvements have definitely been made with this new BLAZE Gear console. What’s more it comes with 30 all time classic Sega games built in, more than you could ever fit on your bedroom shelf back in the day!

The 30 original SEGA games include, Sonic Triple Trouble, Sonic Drift, Sonic Chaos, Super Columns, Dr Robotniks Mean Bean Machine, Alex Kidd In Miracle World, Columns, Sonic Spinball, Aztec Adventure, Dragon Crystal Fantasy Zone, Fantasy Zone 2, Gain Ground, Kung Fu Kid, Golden Axe, Global Defense, The Ninja, Quartet, Ristar and Penguin Land!

Takes you back doesn’t it!

Now for the part you were waiting to hear! In usual GameGadget style we have slashed the price to£24.99, that’s a£5 saving on the RRP!

If the other BLAZE consoles are any indication to go by, these will not be in stock long, especially at this price. Make sure you secure your piece of gaming history, visit - http://www.gamegadget.net/sega/blaze-portable-game-gear-console/prod_141.html to buy now!


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