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|Mega CD Model 2|
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Mega CD Backup RAM Cartridge
|2 x Mega Drive Controller, Disc Drive, Ready Button, Access Button, Mega Drive Input|
|December 1, 1991|
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It allows the use of Compact Disc-based video games on the Mega Drive; with the large space offered by a CD at the time, the Mega CD mostly received games with full motion video sequences such as Night Trap and Sewer Shark, as well as ports of older LaserDisc-based games such as Dragon's Lair and Space Ace. Like the Mega Drive itself, it was released to compete with the TurboGrafx CD add-on.
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