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shikamaru317 said: I'm pretty sure my parents paid $149 for the one they got me and my brother in 1994, was $229 at launch in 1993. Not sure if it dropped any more after that. $149 + something less than $200, with the economies of scale of putting it into one system rather than separate systems, and it sounds to me that they maybe could have got the price down to...
Does anyone know how the cost of the Sega CD (and, especially, the Sega CD II) evolved over the course of its life? I can find launch pricing, but I'm a little uncertain of how its pricing evolved as it matured. What I'm trying to imagine is what a CD-based Sega Neptune would have cost. The Sega Neptune is a cancelled Sega console that was a Genesis and 32X in one. No pricing...
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