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Menacer Gun for Sega Mega Drive+6 Games ( Boxed )

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£30.00

Quick Overview

The Menacer is made up of three sections which can be disassembled. The main section alone can be used as a pistol. A skeletonized shoulder stock can be added for extra support. The third removable section are twin sights that are clipped on to the top of the barrel.
The Menacer is powered by 6 AAA batteries and was not connected by a wire to the console but by an infrared beam that relays signals to a receiver box that would ideally sit on top of the television. The receiver box has to be plugged into the console in the second controller port.
As with other contemporary light guns, the Menacer uses scan lines to determine where the user is aiming and thus requires the use of a CRT-based television set.
The Menacer was advertised as the most accurate light gun ever. The Menacer retailed for $100 in North America.


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The Menacer is made up of three sections which can be disassembled. The main section alone can be used as a pistol. A skeletonized shoulder stock can be added for extra support. The third removable section are twin sights that are clipped on to the top of the barrel. The Menacer is powered by 6 AAA batteries and was not connected by a wire to the console but by an infrared beam that relays signals to a receiver box that would ideally sit on top of the television. The receiver box has to be plugged into the console in the second controller port. As with other contemporary light guns, the Menacer uses scan lines to determine where the user is aiming and thus requires the use of a CRT-based television set. The Menacer was advertised as the most accurate light gun ever. The Menacer retailed for $100 in North America.

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Condition Good
Case / Box Good, Light Scuffs, Sticker Damage
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