Retro Gaming Australia

Sega Action, the Australian Sega newsletter

by on Apr.23, 2012, under Aussie Oddities

While I was back at my parents’ place scanning magazine covers for the Australian Game Database, I found a good chunk of promotional material from the glory days of Sega in Australia.

One such piece of paraphernalia was Sega Action, a short lived newsletter Sega Ozisoft sent out to folks who registered their Master Systems and Mega Drives. Sega Action basically promoted the latest games, detailed where Sega roadshows were happening, and gave you the opportunity to buy Sega merchandise. It also plugged the hell out of the Sega Hotline and Sega Club.

I don’t know exactly how long the newsletter ran for – it started up in late 1991, and I don’t recall seeing any issues after the launch of the Mega CD.

The scans aren’t the best since I kind of rushed the scanning, but we’ll probably take a crack at doing a better scan of these down the line.

Sega Action Volume 1: pdf | cbz
Sega Action Volume 3: pdf | cbz
Sega Action Volume 6: pdf | cbz

Edit: Now available in .cbz for your convenience.

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1 comment for this entry:
  1. frankfjs

    Wow, these are great! A big, big thank you for making them available!

    I had a few myself back in the day but unfortunately they are long gone, man I miss those days.

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