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The controller has several variations. There are Sega Master System controllers with wires coming out of the right side, reminiscent of the Japanese Famicom controllers, Sega Master System controllers with a joystick style thumbstick, and controllers with wires coming out of the top. 
 
The controller has several variations. There are Sega Master System controllers with wires coming out of the right side, reminiscent of the Japanese Famicom controllers, Sega Master System controllers with a joystick style thumbstick, and controllers with wires coming out of the top. 
The Sega Master System Controller has a mixed to negative reception, due to it's small size, awkward D-pad and unresponsive buttons. 
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The Sega Master System Controller has a mixed reception, due to it's small size, but when you play at Alax Kidd, it responds very good.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 16:45, 14 November 2020

Sega Master System Controller
Segamastercontroller.jpg
Creator Sega
System Sega Master System
Supported games All Sega Master System games
Release date
Inputs Directional pad
1/Start Button
2 Button
Rarity

The Sega Master System Controller is a controller used for the Sega Master System. The controller includes a square D-pad and two buttons labelled 1 and 2. The control pad does not include a start button used for pausing the game. Instead, the pause feature is located on the Sega Master System itself. The controller shares similarities with the Nintendo Entertainment System controller, including a rectangular box shape, two buttons and a D-pad. 

The controller has several variations. There are Sega Master System controllers with wires coming out of the right side, reminiscent of the Japanese Famicom controllers, Sega Master System controllers with a joystick style thumbstick, and controllers with wires coming out of the top.  The Sega Master System Controller has a mixed reception, due to it's small size, but when you play at Alax Kidd, it responds very good.