Sega’s Mega Mouse review for the Genesis

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In 1994 Sega released Wacky Worlds Creativity Studio for the Sega Genesis. This was the first game in their “Club Sega” series of games for kids, and utilized the Sega Mega Mouse peripheral. The Mega Mouse was Sega’s answer to Nintendo’s Super Nintendo mouse.

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  • lancep2015

    it’s so wired I never knew about this and I though I had every SNES and Genesis add-on already.