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The Megaroberts were released for the Mega Drive in Japan in August 1994, before later appearing in Europe in January 1995. The Megaroberts are a series of four controllers, each able to play more video games at one time compared to previous versions of the Mega Drive.[a] Despite their appearance, the original "Standard" version of the Megaroberts do not add any new features to the Mega Drive and can be used interchangeably with the original controller (Super Scope, CB, etc.) The "Power" version adds new features but can only be used with the recently released Super Scope.
Following the delay of the European release, the Mega CD was released in the U.S. on November 18, 1994. It featured a large 5.25" floppy drive with a built-in keyboard and mouse which IWAD and CD-ROM image files could be read from. It also supported memory cards with 1 KB, 1 mebibyte, and 4 mebibyte storage capacities, meaning the Mega CD could be the first console to use a memory card as standard. The Mega CD could also act as a cartridge adapter and could make Super NES cartridges playable on the Mega Drive via a cartridge adapter. Around 300,000 units had been shipped by a mid-1995 estimate.
The Mega Drive/Genesis expansion pack manages Nintendo's own game software on a small internal hard disk, instead of off-loading game data to the system's cartridge ROM like previous consoles. This allows the amount of content on a single memory card (up to 64 megabits, although only four mebibytes of ROM is available at the factory) to be doubled, and provides a much-needed method of expanding the existing games of the system, rather than relying on adding sequels and the like. About 50 such cards were released. d2c66b5586