Sega Channel Demo

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Sega Channel Demo Description

Sega Channel was a project developed by Sega for the Sega Genesis gaming system. For a monthly subscription, the gamer would get an adapter which, once connected to their cable television connection would provide them with unlimited access to over 50 games, with new games appearing every 2 weeks. The games would be downloaded in about a minute and play just like the normal versions.

Sega also ran several promotions through the service. Special previews for up-and-coming titles were provided; some import games not found in the United States were exclusive to the service; cheats and tips were handed out.

The service was also available in some parts of the United Kingdom on certain cable services, in Chile on defunct Metropolis cable company, and in Argentina on Cablevisión TCI.

Although fairly successful the service ended up failing; more up to date consoles were making the Genesis obsolete.

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