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  1. SEGA  Pro Master Vol.4 -Ian Livingstone  ( Paperback )

    SEGA Pro Master Vol.4 -Ian Livingstone ( Paperback )

    £1.75

    Encouraging the Sega player to get the most out of their Sega machine and their games, each book will be complete guides to three top-selling Sega games. The books will provide insights to the games' strategy, history, unusual facts and features and of course their closely guarded secrets. There is a separate section for parents. Each book will be written by an acknowledged expert from across the field of computer games, authors include: Jason Arbombe, Tim Brown of Computer Video Games, Andy Smith of Sega Power and Ciaran Brennen of Computer Games. Learn More
  2. SEGA  Pro Master Vol.2 -Ian Livingstone  ( Paperback )

    SEGA Pro Master Vol.2 -Ian Livingstone ( Paperback )

    £1.75

    Encouraging the Sega player to get the most out of their Sega machine and their games, each book will be complete guides to three top-selling Sega games. The books will provide insights to the games' strategy, history, unusual facts and features and of course their closely guarded secrets. There is a separate section for parents. Each book will be written by an acknowledged expert from across the field of computer games, authors include: Jason Arbombe, Tim Brown of Computer Video Games, Andy Smith of Sega Power and Ciaran Brennen of Computer Games. Learn More
  3. SEGA  Pro Master Vol.1 -Ian Livingstone  ( Paperback )

    SEGA Pro Master Vol.1 -Ian Livingstone ( Paperback )

    £1.75

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    Encouraging the Sega player to get the most out of their Sega machine and their games, each book will be complete guides to three top-selling Sega games. The books will provide insights to the games' strategy, history, unusual facts and features and of course their closely guarded secrets. There is a separate section for parents. Each book will be written by an acknowledged expert from across the field of computer games, authors include: Jason Arbombe, Tim Brown of Computer Video Games, Andy Smith of Sega Power and Ciaran Brennen of Computer Games. Learn More
  4. Sega Dreamcast Controller Loose  (PAL)   (  Dreamcast )  ( Import )

    Sega Dreamcast Controller Loose (PAL) ( Dreamcast ) ( Import )

    £7.00

    The Official Dreamcast Controller is carefully designed to deliver maximum accuracy and control, enabling you to perform to the best of your ability. With five front mounted buttons, a digital directional control, and analogue joystick and two analogue triggers, the controller is as versatile as the games you play with it. This item is loose, has been tested and works fine. Learn More
  5. Imported Sega Saturn  ( Loose ,White ) all leads, 1x controller  (  Saturn )

    Imported Sega Saturn ( Loose ,White ) all leads, 1x controller ( Saturn )

    £100.00

    The Japanese Saturn was released in November 1994, just six weeks ahead of its rival, Sony's PlayStation.[1] Approximately 170,000 machines were sold the first day the console went on sale. In a special Game Machine Cross Review in May 1995, Famicom Tsūshin would score the Sega Saturn console a 24 out of 40.[15] Many of the games that made the Saturn popular in Japan, such as the Sakura Taisen series and various role-playing video games, were never released in foreign territories as it was assumed at Sega of America and Sega of Europe that they were not appealing to a Western audience. The last commercial licensed release in Japan and last official game for the system was Yuukyuu Gensoukyoku Hozonban Perpetual Collection, released by MediaWorks on December 4, 2000. Does not come with a stepdown convertor, Learn More
  6. Imported Sega Saturn  ( Loose ,Grey ) all leads, 1x controller  (  Saturn )

    Imported Sega Saturn ( Loose ,Grey ) all leads, 1x controller ( Saturn )

    £90.00

    The Japanese Saturn was released in November 1994, just six weeks ahead of its rival, Sony's PlayStation.[1] Approximately 170,000 machines were sold the first day the console went on sale. In a special Game Machine Cross Review in May 1995, Famicom Tsūshin would score the Sega Saturn console a 24 out of 40.[15] Many of the games that made the Saturn popular in Japan, such as the Sakura Taisen series and various role-playing video games, were never released in foreign territories as it was assumed at Sega of America and Sega of Europe that they were not appealing to a Western audience. The last commercial licensed release in Japan and last official game for the system was Yuukyuu Gensoukyoku Hozonban Perpetual Collection, released by MediaWorks on December 4, 2000. Does not come with a stepdown convertor, Learn More
  7. Dejiko No Maibura  ( Dreamcast ) ( Import )

    Dejiko No Maibura ( Dreamcast ) ( Import )

    £4.00

    Dejiko No Maibura isn't actually a game as such but more of an internet browser skin for the Dreamcast. With this disc you can surf the net, send Emails and so on all with the theme of Dejiko. Great stuff if you're a die hard fan of Dejiko Learn More
  8. Yumimi Mix Remix Special Box Set (  Saturn )  ( Import )

    Yumimi Mix Remix Special Box Set ( Saturn ) ( Import )

    £14.00

    Based on a similar engine that Game Arts used to make the Mega CD game of the same title comes the Saturn version of Yumimi Mix Remix. The idea of the game is to play out the life of Yumimi in an interactive comic book style of gameplay. Urusei Yatsura which uses a more advanced version of this game engine it still looks ok. Well, it would as long as you play it before Game Arts other Yumimi game, Dina Island which is also available for the Saturn.This special edition box set comes in a very nice slip case which contains another box that looks like a book. Once that is opened you find a beautiful artwork book along with the game Learn More
  9. SLAMDUNK -I Love Basketball (  Saturn )  ( Import )

    SLAMDUNK -I Love Basketball ( Saturn ) ( Import )

    £12.00

    Slam Dunk is based on the popular manga/anime of the same title, created by Takehiko Inoue. The game follows the story of Sakuragi Hanamichi, a high school delinquent, as he joins a basketball team in an attempt to win the heart of a young woman. The story follows the same plot as the anime/manga and progresses between basketball matches as you progress through the story mode. Also available is a versus mode, where two players can play against each other using the pre-set teams or by mixing and matching players into their own personal dream team. MANUAL CORNERS ARE SCUFFED Learn More
  10. Sakura Taisen Online: Teito no Nagai Hibi ( Dreamcast ) ( Import )

    Sakura Taisen Online: Teito no Nagai Hibi ( Dreamcast ) ( Import )

    £5.00

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    Here is yet another game supporting the Sakura Taisen name. he game comes packed with loads of papers and so on plus a set of stickers to attach to your keyboard and a rule book as well as the standard instruction book. One of the more interesting extras though is the Sakura Taisen 4 preview disc pictured below. Learn More

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