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    The Red Jade MUST NOT see the light of day... I was hoping that GBA would go through without any competition, but here comes one of the creators of the Atari Lynx with a new 64-Bit portable system... Goodie. Hopefully, the Red Jade will not survive due to:

    1. Horrible games
    2. System and Games cost too much

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    never heard of it, but a lot of handhelds failed except for gamboy, and the sega one. Holy crap, i can't even remember what it was called!

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    never heard of it either

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    it was SEGA, uhm........ hmm. I seriously can't remember either.

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    i lost my gameboy.

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    That is unfortunate.

    I remembered what the SEGA thing was called.

    Gamegear.

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    hmmmmm....last time I checked there was no Red Jade console. could you please give me and exact link of a url where you found this information? surely they have information of it online. i also didnt think an engine could be small enough to run 64 bit. thats unbelivable and i need to see evidence before i believe it.

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    Originally posted by fooman83
    That is unfortunate.

    I remembered what the SEGA thing was called.

    Gamegear.
    yeah! that's it...tsk tsk, out of console making for a week and sega is already being forgotten.

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    The information source is at pocket.ign.com. Just scroll down a bit on the main page, it is there.

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    yera i heard of gamegear. nener knew it was part with sega.

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    I actually LOVE the Sega Game Gear. Even though it eats up batteries, I do have a car adapter and an AC Adapter. There are many more games I want for the system, but I can't find them anymore! Madou Monogatari I, II, III, and A, Nazo Puyo 1 and 2, Puzzlow Kids/Puyo Puyo. Ah, if I had those seven games, I'd be set for life..

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    Originally posted by Trent_24LX
    yera i heard of gamegear. nener knew it was part with sega.
    never knew it was sega? the gamegear was sega's gameboy. they were kinds head to head in handhed wars that same way SNES and GENESIS were (no relation).

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    i have a snes it is fab. duh!

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    hey trent, genesis wasnt being rude he was just telling ok man?

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