The game is on in this minimalist, Sega Game Gear T Shirt. Sporting the sleek logo seen on this fourth generation console, you can choose from 17 colours, six sizes and logo printing on the front and back.
From the retailer
- Slim fit, but if that’s not your thing, order a size up
- Solid color t-shirts are 100% cotton; heather grey is 90% cotton, 10% polyester; charcoal heather is 52% cotton, 48% polyester
- 4.2 oz (145g), but if that’s too light, try our heavier Classic T-Shirt
- Ethically sourced
Sega Game Gear
The eight bit, fourth generation Game Gear from Sega was a very unique console indeed. First released in Japan in 1990, the Game Gear was Sega’s attempt at the handheld market dominated by Game Boy. Technically, it was far superior with a full colour back-lit screen and carrying the same processing power as the Master System. Designed to mimic the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis controller, it also had an adaptor to let you play Master System games. Perfect in every way!
Well, possibly. It devoured batteries meaning it was not as portable as you would have liked. The games catalogue was also less than original, with many games simply being Master System ports.
At the same time, Sega was still flying on the success of the Genesis. It was also pushing the Sega CD and 32X while developing the Saturn, so the Game Gear fell down its list of priorities. However, the Game Gear would go on to sell almost 11 million units and become a cult favourite among Sega and handheld enthusiasts. Gear up and wear a slice of hand held history with this cool minimalist T!
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