Saturday Evening Fun: Sega Sexual Innuendos

You sit there, eyes glued to the writhing, arcade-quality graphics, pulling and squeezing your knob. Now you’re breathing heavily over the digital stereo sound. Now you’re shooting all over the place. but it’s no use…”GAME OVER.”

Now you can play with yourself for hours with SEGA’s hand held, full colour games system. The arcade-quality SEGA games and graphics plus back-lit screen means you can even fiddle around in total darkness! And when you need a breather from that fast and furious hand action you can turn the GAME GEAR into a colour TV using the handy SEGA TV Adaptor (it’s COMING soon). Thus refreshed you can call on a friend for some head to head action (as long as one of you has a GEAR to GEAR Cable!). IT WILL FULLFILL YOUR WILDEST FANTASIES for only £99.99! BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED.

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9 Responses to Saturday Evening Fun: Sega Sexual Innuendos

  1. I remember those ads! I actually had a Sega Game Gear. Brilliant little system for it's time — YEARS ahead of the competition (as Sega normally was), problem was, it was so far ahead it was out of touch with the general public and the sales reflected that.

    Only in hindsight can we look back on Sega's innovations (like the GameGear which was the first full color backlit handheld gaming system — or the Dreamcast which was the first system with internet access) and appreciate them for what they were: Revolutionary.

    And we can look back at those adds and get a second chuckle.

  2. I remember those ads! I actually had a Sega Game Gear. Brilliant little system for it’s time — YEARS ahead of the competition (as Sega normally was), problem was, it was so far ahead it was out of touch with the general public and the sales reflected that.

    Only in hindsight can we look back on Sega’s innovations (like the GameGear which was the first full color backlit handheld gaming system — or the Dreamcast which was the first system with internet access) and appreciate them for what they were: Revolutionary.

    And we can look back at those adds and get a second chuckle.

    • uhm not to be that guy"",
      but i'm one hell of a geek, and i feel obligated to tell you that the dreamcast was NOT the 1st onlne system, sega's been doing it for years, their first attempt was the sega channel through ur phone line, but even bak in the 80's, atari gave it a try to…it was wildly unsuccessful..but you get my point..:p

  3. I think the ads are sort of degrading, actually. "HEY GAMERS, HERE'S A MASTURBATION JOKE! We're in touch with you! We know what masturbation is! BUY OUR STUFF." To be fair, though, gaming culture really hasn't gotten any more sophisticated than that, so who can really blame them.

    I'll join you in bemoaning the death of the Dreamcast, but the Game Gear was a joke. Bulky as sin, required 6(!) AA batteries, and not a terribly stellar library. It was an amazing proof-of-concept, but not that great as an actual handheld.

  4. I think the ads are sort of degrading, actually. “HEY GAMERS, HERE’S A MASTURBATION JOKE! We’re in touch with you! We know what masturbation is! BUY OUR STUFF.” To be fair, though, gaming culture really hasn’t gotten any more sophisticated than that, so who can really blame them.

    I’ll join you in bemoaning the death of the Dreamcast, but the Game Gear was a joke. Bulky as sin, required 6(!) AA batteries, and not a terribly stellar library. It was an amazing proof-of-concept, but not that great as an actual handheld.

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