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The games console that never even had the chance to succeed.
Launched in November 1998 in Japan, nearly a year later in September 1999 in North America and shortly after in Europe in October 1999, the 128-bit video games console was discontinued only a couple of years later after poor sales and its lack of available games. The new chair of Sega, who manufactured the device, wanted to focus on software instead of games consoles.
Having said that, despite its short lifespan, the games console was vastly ahead of its time, but suffered with poor marketing and other rival games consoles of the time. Only 10 million consoles were sold during its time, but many can still be found on eBay for cult collectors.