Game Sack - The Sega Master System
The Sega Master System was severely overshadowed by the NES. But that doesn't mean it didn't rock and doesn't deserve a lot of love. Come check it out!
I love the system a lot. Amazing video, guys.
The system has some good games, but the obnoxiously bright pallet of colors is harsh on my eyes. It hasn't stopped me from wanting Power Strike (developed by Compile) and a myriad of other games for the system.
The Sega Master Race System.
I was such a Nintendo kid growing up that I didn't find out that Sega had made an 8-bit console until a good way into the 16-bit era. A friend owned one and when I pointed it out he had to explain what it was. Needless to say I was embarrassed.
I recently bought a Sega Master System with 8 games, and sadly it doesn't work as it seems to not want to display audio on either a HDTV or standard TV regardless of the RF box I use though that same RF box works on a NES. Now I truly wished that my Sega Master System was working after watching this video, and as always great work by both of you.
Oh wow, wasn't expecting a reply! Let me take this opportunity to say I love the show! Found a lot of good games thanks to you guys!
Dave likes Deep Duck Trouble more so that's why he chose it. Lucky Dime Caper might have appeared briefly in our Disney episode. Actually it probably did as I can't imagine leaving it out, but I don't think it was discussed in the episode.
i hope game sack does an episode of the PS1 or PS2.
We didn't have that one in the US. I've never played it. I'll have to check it out.
Oh and how about a little love for Lucky Dime Caper? Which I'd say plays better than Deep Duck Trouble, as much as I love it.
Great episode. I love my Master System, I have almost all the games you covered there. Can't believe you didn't show Asterix though, it's one of the first games I'd think of when I think of the Master System and I think it's still a really solid fun platformer today. Maybe it wasn't so big in the US? I also really like the Master System version of Jurrasic Park, which has a fake ending where the credits are all dinosaurs. And the Master System version of Tazmania, it's super easy but I find it very enjoyable for some reason.
Wonderboy 3 is probably my favorite 8-bit game of all time.
Nice video, I wish you wouldve talked about a few of my favorite games. Quartet, Phantasy Star, RType, Miracle Warriors... but they were seen atleast. Had this as a kid and my brother and sister got it for me for my birthday last year. So overlooked.