In the history of video game consoles, Sega is a star. It reached peak popularity during the 1990s with the release of the Mega Drive and the introduction of Sonic the Hedgehog.
Sega discontinued production of video game consoles in 2002. The Dreamcast was its last model. Collectors and video game enthusiasts alike enjoy collecting vintage systems, including Sega Saturn, Mega-CD and Sega Game Gear. Find both portable and stationary game consoles from Sega with games on discs and cartridges.