If you don’t want to choose between different variants of Sonic, Shining Force, Gunstar Heroes or OutRun, then the solution is to buy all four, which I’d recommend because that package also includes a Big Window Micro lens that mounts on the console to make its 240×180 1.15-inch screen more usable. It has a mono speaker, headphone jack and, like the Genesis Mini, it can provide save states for your games that go beyond what was possible back in the 90s.
さらに「ゲームギアミクロ」4色同時購入特典として、凸レンズを使うことで画面を拡大して見ることのできたオプションユニット「ビッグウインドー」がミクロサイズになった「ビッグウインドーミクロ」をプレゼント！#ゲームギアミクロ #GOSEGA #SEGA60th pic.twitter.com/8SqRSFZ05W
— セガ公式アカウント🦔 (@SEGA_OFFICIAL) June 3, 2020
The four-console pack is priced at 21,912 yen, or about $201 and will go on sale October 6th via Amazon Japan, Rakuten or Sega’s official online shop. If you get it from Sega, a collector’s edition pack adds a fifth shell option, an appropriately retro “Smoke” clear plastic frame, while the other retailers have bonuses including collectible pins or special t-shirts.