Forgotten Sega Pluto prototype console surfaces online

Forgotten Sega Pluto prototype console surfaces online

After 14 years of sitting on a piece of gaming history, someone claiming to be a former Sega employee is breaking silence, posting what he claims to be photos of the long-rumored Sega Pluto prototype console. Posted on Assemblergames.com , the machine is a modified Sega Saturn (it even has the Saturn logo) with a built-in 28.8Kbps NetLink connection for web browsing and email. The shell of the device has been majorly redesigned, with a flip-top lid on the optical drive instead of the pushbutton mechanism on the Saturn, and the poster, named Super Magnetic, describes it as “a beast… definitely the heaviest console I’ve ever held in my hands.” The Pluto reportedly runs, although region incompatibility (the poster is in Japan but the…

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Forgotten Sega Pluto prototype console surfaces online

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