Unreleased SEGA Neptune Prototype

The mythical Sega Neptune was basically a two-in-one Genesis and 32X console that the company planned to release during the fall of 1995, with a sub-$200 MSRP. Unfortunately, the console was delayed well into 1996, and then canceled altogether after SEGA discontinued the 32X. Magazine Electronic Gaming Monthly used the SEGA Neptune as an April Fools’ Day prank in its April 2001 issue where it included a small article in which the writers announced that SEGA had found a warehouse full of old Neptunes, and were selling them on a website for a mere $50. Continue reading for more fascinating photos from around the web. Click here to view real things you won’t believe exist.

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