Friday, February 6, 2009

Sega Vision Does Not Do Games

Sega Vision Does Not Do Games

While we are sure that there is enough room for one more portable console, the Sega Vision won't touch on games (boo hoo to avid gamers), but will instead function as your regular, run-of-the-mill portable media player with audio and video support, an integrated radio and TV tuner, voice recording capability, a 1.3 megapixel camera and an e-book reader. To make things worse, it comes with a paltry 2GB internal memory while the TV tuner itself is analog, which means it will be obsolete real soon when the switch to digital is complete within this year. The only games the Sega Vision can handle are Flash-based ones, making us wonder just how myopic the whole portable media player is. Come on, Sega, we don't mind if you released a handheld Dreamcast, really.

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