See more at FamicomDojo.TV: http://famicomdojo.tv/season2/segascope-3d The SegaScope-3D came out at the same time as Nintendo's Famicom 3D System, but Sega saw fit to release their peripheral in the US as well. Also in stark contrast to Nintendo, Sega developed all of its own 3D games. Check them out in Part 2 of our Retro 3D Special! Watch Part 1 of the Retro 3D Special: http://famicomdojo.tv/season2/famicom-3d-system Or subscribe to the direct video feed: http://feeds.thatsorange.com/famicomdojo/videos Listen to our weekly audio podcast on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/famicom-dojo/id282442598 Twitter: http://twitter.com/FamicomDojo Facebook: http://facebook.com/FamicomDojo
If your classic gaming skills and knowledge are weak, train them at the Famicom Dojo! Follow the roots of the multi-billion dollar industry with its forefathers into Japan, as consoles and games exploded onto foreign shores. Learn why cartridge games needed batteries to save your progress, or why cartridges were even used at all! Why do some games have passwords? Why didn't games and consoles have the same names when they went to the US or Europe? If you seek answers, this is the show for you!