Wondermega (JVC, 1992)
The Wondermega was a 16-bit console produced by JVC (AKA Victor in Japan). It was heavily based on Sega's Mega Drive and Mega-CD architecture, which explains the familiar styling. The Wondermega is notable for the inclusion of a MIDI port, which allowed users to create their own music with the use of the Wonder CD and Piano Player peripherals. It also had two microphone inputs. In other words, it was a cut above the usual Mega Drive knockoffs (of which there are scores).
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