About The Sega CD (Mega cD)

Sega Mega CD

Released by Sega in 1991/1992, the Mega CD (also known as the Sega CD in the US), is a CD-ROM add-on for the Sega Mega Drive. Mega CD featured additional hardware helping the Mega Drive deliver improved graphics. Audio soundtracks benefit from being CD quality. The Mega CD saw the introduction of many FMV (Full … Read more

Commodore CDTV

Commodore CDTV

Released in 1991, the Commodore CDTV, although not badged as an Amiga, is more or less an Amiga 500 with CD-ROM drive included. System Overview The CDTV is housed in a ‘separates’ Hi-Fi styled casing, which intended to be part of your home entertainment set up. Considered a trailblazer now, the CDTV was way ahead … Read more

Amiga 500 Plus

Amiga 500 Plus

The Amiga 500 Plus launched officially in 1992 as a minor revision to the existing A500. Primarily redesigned for cost savings in the production. System Overview The Amiga 500 Plus also benefitted from these cost savings in two key areas. The first was that the Amiga 500 Plus shipped with 1mb as standard as well … Read more