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Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis

Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis

Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
Sega Genesis Mini - Genesis
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Features

  • The iconic SEGA Genesis console that defined a generation of gaming returns in a slick, miniaturized unit.
  • The SEGA Genesis Mini console is loaded with 42 legendary games and is plug and play ready right out of the box!
  • Box contents: Sega Genesis Mini console and 2 wired controllers, 40 games + 2 bonus games, power cable and USB adapter, and HDMI cable.

Description

The iconic SEGA Genesis console that defined a generation of gaming returns in a slick, miniaturized unit. The SEGA Genesis Mini console is loaded with 40 legendary games and is plug and play ready right out of the box! Games will be announced in four waves of 10 games. Key Features - Miniature SEGA Genesis replica - Includes 40 legendary games - Plug and play readyBox Contents - SEGA Genesis Mini Console & 2 wired controllers - 40 games- Power cable & USB adapter - HDMI cable Currently Announced Games (Wave 1): - Ecco the Dolphin - Castlevania: Bloodlines - Space Harrier 2 - Shining Force - Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine - Toe Jam & Earl - Comix Zone - Sonic the Hedgehog - Altered Beast - Gunstar Heroes Wave 2 Titles: - Earthworm Jim - Castle of Illusion - Shinobi III - Contra: Hard Corps - Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - World of Illusion - Thunder Force III - Super Fantasy Zone - Streets of Rage 2 - Landstalker Wave 3 Titles: - Beyond Oasis - Ghouls ‘n Ghosts - Alex Kidd - Golden Axe - Phantasy Star IV - Street Fighter 2 - Mega Man: The Wily Wars - Sonic Spinball - Vectorman - Wonderboy in Monster World Wave 4 Titles - Virtua Fighter 2 - Alisia Dragoon - Columns - Dynamite Headdy - Strider - Kid Chameleon - Light Crusader - Monster World IV - Eternal Champions - Road Rash II Bonus Games - Tetris - Darius


ASIN B07PFT19MG


Release date September 19, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 2,508 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #56 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #1 in Sega Genesis Consoles


Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.


Product Dimensions 9.84 x 3.94 x 11.81 inches; 1.93 pounds


Binding Video Game


Rated Teen


Item model number SG-10037-2


Item Weight 1.93 pounds


Manufacturer Sega


Date First Available March 31, 2019


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Features

  • The iconic SEGA Genesis console that defined a generation of gaming returns in a slick, miniaturized unit.
  • The SEGA Genesis Mini console is loaded with 42 legendary games and is plug and play ready right out of the box!
  • Box contents: Sega Genesis Mini console and 2 wired controllers, 40 games + 2 bonus games, power cable and USB adapter, and HDMI cable.

Description

The iconic SEGA Genesis console that defined a generation of gaming returns in a slick, miniaturized unit. The SEGA Genesis Mini console is loaded with 40 legendary games and is plug and play ready right out of the box! Games will be announced in four waves of 10 games. Key Features - Miniature SEGA Genesis replica - Includes 40 legendary games - Plug and play readyBox Contents - SEGA Genesis Mini Console & 2 wired controllers - 40 games- Power cable & USB adapter - HDMI cable Currently Announced Games (Wave 1): - Ecco the Dolphin - Castlevania: Bloodlines - Space Harrier 2 - Shining Force - Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine - Toe Jam & Earl - Comix Zone - Sonic the Hedgehog - Altered Beast - Gunstar Heroes Wave 2 Titles: - Earthworm Jim - Castle of Illusion - Shinobi III - Contra: Hard Corps - Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - World of Illusion - Thunder Force III - Super Fantasy Zone - Streets of Rage 2 - Landstalker Wave 3 Titles: - Beyond Oasis - Ghouls ‘n Ghosts - Alex Kidd - Golden Axe - Phantasy Star IV - Street Fighter 2 - Mega Man: The Wily Wars - Sonic Spinball - Vectorman - Wonderboy in Monster World Wave 4 Titles - Virtua Fighter 2 - Alisia Dragoon - Columns - Dynamite Headdy - Strider - Kid Chameleon - Light Crusader - Monster World IV - Eternal Champions - Road Rash II Bonus Games - Tetris - Darius


ASIN B07PFT19MG


Release date September 19, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 2,508 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #56 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #1 in Sega Genesis Consoles


Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.


Product Dimensions 9.84 x 3.94 x 11.81 inches; 1.93 pounds


Binding Video Game


Rated Teen


Item model number SG-10037-2


Item Weight 1.93 pounds


Manufacturer Sega


Date First Available March 31, 2019


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Delivery

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Features

  • The iconic SEGA Genesis console that defined a generation of gaming returns in a slick, miniaturized unit.
  • The SEGA Genesis Mini console is loaded with 42 legendary games and is plug and play ready right out of the box!
  • Box contents: Sega Genesis Mini console and 2 wired controllers, 40 games + 2 bonus games, power cable and USB adapter, and HDMI cable.

Description

The iconic SEGA Genesis console that defined a generation of gaming returns in a slick, miniaturized unit. The SEGA Genesis Mini console is loaded with 40 legendary games and is plug and play ready right out of the box! Games will be announced in four waves of 10 games. Key Features - Miniature SEGA Genesis replica - Includes 40 legendary games - Plug and play readyBox Contents - SEGA Genesis Mini Console & 2 wired controllers - 40 games- Power cable & USB adapter - HDMI cable Currently Announced Games (Wave 1): - Ecco the Dolphin - Castlevania: Bloodlines - Space Harrier 2 - Shining Force - Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine - Toe Jam & Earl - Comix Zone - Sonic the Hedgehog - Altered Beast - Gunstar Heroes Wave 2 Titles: - Earthworm Jim - Castle of Illusion - Shinobi III - Contra: Hard Corps - Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - World of Illusion - Thunder Force III - Super Fantasy Zone - Streets of Rage 2 - Landstalker Wave 3 Titles: - Beyond Oasis - Ghouls ‘n Ghosts - Alex Kidd - Golden Axe - Phantasy Star IV - Street Fighter 2 - Mega Man: The Wily Wars - Sonic Spinball - Vectorman - Wonderboy in Monster World Wave 4 Titles - Virtua Fighter 2 - Alisia Dragoon - Columns - Dynamite Headdy - Strider - Kid Chameleon - Light Crusader - Monster World IV - Eternal Champions - Road Rash II Bonus Games - Tetris - Darius


ASIN B07PFT19MG


Release date September 19, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 2,508 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #56 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #1 in Sega Genesis Consoles


Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.


Product Dimensions 9.84 x 3.94 x 11.81 inches; 1.93 pounds


Binding Video Game


Rated Teen


Item model number SG-10037-2


Item Weight 1.93 pounds


Manufacturer Sega


Date First Available March 31, 2019


abunda_amazon_reviews The Mini is unapologetically awesome, and bless Sega for doing this one right. At long last, Sega is rediscovering its groove and reigniting the 90s, which was arguably their decade more than anyone else's, including Nintendo. This reissue is confidently executed, competently crafted, and features 42 of the greatest, most diverse, and even surprising titles ever to grace the Genesis, including some unexpected cult classics like Toe Jam & Earl. Rather than focusing on the software which is proven and a real showstopper in the emulation department due to Sega's personal attention to the Mini, I'll focus instead on the hardware and packaging. Presentation-wise, Sega knocked it out of the park and through the windshield of an unexpecting passerby. The box screams 1991 nearly as loudly as its iconic ads screamed, "Sega!" with a perfect miniature replica of the Sonic Box as it was known nearly 30 years ago. I love this box. The system itself is just as convincing and features moving cartridge port dust cover flaps, or whatever they were called. Even the volume slider is there, and it slides with conviction and quality. I may spend just as much time admiring the proportions and attentiveness to detail as I will playing the thing. Maybe. The Genesis Mini rocks. I can't wait to sink my teeth into the previously unreleased games and blast the familiar and sorely-missed FM synth, courtesy of a proprietary Yamaha chip that has never been replicated. I think this chip should be celebrated for driving some of coolest sounds and tunes ever to grace a console. I applaud Sega for sticking to their guns with the 3-button controller, especially since we can get a first-party 6 button with ease for around $20. I recommend doing so for several of the games, but for 90% of the catalog you won't need it. While many complain it should have been included in lieu of the 3-button, I'd argue the true retro flavor would have been diminished significantly, as the Genesis was born into the world with just three buttons. It was only later in the 90s due to the popularity of games like Street Fighter 2 that Sega's wonderful 6-button controller earned a spot in Genesis lore, and like the Genesis Mini itself, it was worth every penny.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Important retro history done right;;Captain Dipship;;;Don't be fooled by the knock off versions of this that have been out for a couple of years. This is the Sega 30th anniversary authentic mini console. Works awesome, obviously there are wired controllers, I fixed this with a 25ft HDMI cable that allows for the console to be near the couch. I use the same cable for other mini consoles. The game selection is really good also. A lot of fun!!!;;Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Fantastic Mini Sega;;RKlein;;;It's impossible not to compare the Sega Genesis Mini to the SNES Classic now that both have been released. I owned both the original consoles back in the early 90s. I now own both the mini versions. Not much has changed. Both were great. Both mini consoles are great. I preferred the Super Nintento to the Genesis and now I prefer the SNES Classic to the Genesis Mini. You get double the games on the Genesis Mini, but for me, the quality of the SNES Classic games are superior. And as was the case back in the 1990s, the graphics of the SNES Classic are superior to the Genesis Mini. I think both minis are worth buying, and I will also be purchasing the Turbografix 16 mini, but it's hard to choose the Sega mini over the SNES Classic if you only want one. Many of the Sega mini games are already available on disc for current consoles. The same can't be said for many of the classic Nintendo games found on the SNES Classic.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;A great offering from Sega but not for everyone;;DocSmithers;;;Growing up, I had a model 2. This is a very cool addition. I like this better than the NES and SNES minis. So awesome.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Sooooo happy!;;Lucius T. Fontaine;;;I was in the 7th grade when the original Genesis came out and it was a gift from the Videogaming gods. Near arcade quality graphics in an affordable home console was unheard of at that time. It came with "Altered Beast" and I also had just enough money saved to get "Super Thunder Blade" and I'm glad I did because as good as AB is, it gets boring fairly quick because it's so short. Anyway, on to the new mini console - SEGA did a GREAT job with the new console - terrific build quality, the controllers are top notch and they got the legendary Japanese developer M2 to do the emulation. They really went all out on this console and it shows. Great selection of games and they look and sound great. I've read there are some issues with the sound being off in certain games but I didn't notice that all. Buy without hesitation. SEGA!;;Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;The Power of Blast Processing Returns;;CaptSensible;;;I own the NES and SNES mini but did not purchase the PSOne. This SEGA Genesis mini is really a nice console. The games play nice, the controls are responsive, and the interface is user friendly. I especially like the fact that I can go to the main screen and choose a new game straight from the controller without having to touch the mini console. All around a good buy, especially for the nostalgia.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very nicely done;;Carlos Sanchez;;;Well. Bad news. The item is nicely built for the most part, and looks really great. But it's useless. The input delay or screen rendering time for the video output is so laggy that the games are just plain unplayable. So sad because it seemed like Sega finally got it right. But no. This is FAR inferior to the Nintendo Mini products and not even worth $10 as a statue. It's just awful. Save your money or get a Pi or Analogue product. Returning it today. =(;;Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Garbage. Such a shame.;;Jeremy C.;;;So much better than the AtGames systems. 10/10. Is on par with NES and SNES classics. SEGA has a winner with this little nostalgia machine.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Solid SEGA;;codyp

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Captain Dipship - Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2019
Important retro history done right
The Mini is unapologetically awesome, and bless Sega for doing this one right. At long last, Sega is rediscovering its groove and reigniting the 90s, which was arguably their decade more than anyone else's, including Nintendo. This reissue is confidently executed, competently crafted, and features 42 of the greatest, most diverse, and even surprising titles ever to grace the Genesis, including some unexpected cult classics like Toe Jam & Earl. Rather than focusing on the software which is proven and a real showstopper in the emulation department due to Sega's personal attention to the Mini, I'll focus instead on the hardware and packaging. Presentation-wise, Sega knocked it out of the park and through the windshield of an unexpecting passerby. The box screams 1991 nearly as loudly as its iconic ads screamed, "Sega!" with a perfect miniature replica of the Sonic Box as it was known nearly 30 years ago. I love this box. The system itself is just as convincing and features moving cartridge port dust cover flaps, or whatever they were called. Even the volume slider is there, and it slides with conviction and quality. I may spend just as much time admiring the proportions and attentiveness to detail as I will playing the thing. Maybe. The Genesis Mini rocks. I can't wait to sink my teeth into the previously unreleased games and blast the familiar and sorely-missed FM synth, courtesy of a proprietary Yamaha chip that has never been replicated. I think this chip should be celebrated for driving some of coolest sounds and tunes ever to grace a console. I applaud Sega for sticking to their guns with the 3-button controller, especially since we can get a first-party 6 button with ease for around $20. I recommend doing so for several of the games, but for 90% of the catalog you won't need it. While many complain it should have been included in lieu of the 3-button, I'd argue the true retro flavor would have been diminished significantly, as the Genesis was born into the world with just three buttons. It was only later in the 90s due to the popularity of games like Street Fighter 2 that Sega's wonderful 6-button controller earned a spot in Genesis lore, and like the Genesis Mini itself, it was worth every penny.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By RKlein - Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2019
Fantastic Mini Sega
Don't be fooled by the knock off versions of this that have been out for a couple of years. This is the Sega 30th anniversary authentic mini console. Works awesome, obviously there are wired controllers, I fixed this with a 25ft HDMI cable that allows for the console to be near the couch. I use the same cable for other mini consoles. The game selection is really good also. A lot of fun!!!

3.0 out of 5 stars
By DocSmithers - Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
A great offering from Sega but not for everyone
It's impossible not to compare the Sega Genesis Mini to the SNES Classic now that both have been released. I owned both the original consoles back in the early 90s. I now own both the mini versions. Not much has changed. Both were great. Both mini consoles are great. I preferred the Super Nintento to the Genesis and now I prefer the SNES Classic to the Genesis Mini. You get double the games on the Genesis Mini, but for me, the quality of the SNES Classic games are superior. And as was the case back in the 1990s, the graphics of the SNES Classic are superior to the Genesis Mini. I think both minis are worth buying, and I will also be purchasing the Turbografix 16 mini, but it's hard to choose the Sega mini over the SNES Classic if you only want one. Many of the Sega mini games are already available on disc for current consoles. The same can't be said for many of the classic Nintendo games found on the SNES Classic.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Lucius T. Fontaine - Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2019
Sooooo happy!
Growing up, I had a model 2. This is a very cool addition. I like this better than the NES and SNES minis. So awesome.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By CaptSensible - Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
The Power of Blast Processing Returns
I was in the 7th grade when the original Genesis came out and it was a gift from the Videogaming gods. Near arcade quality graphics in an affordable home console was unheard of at that time. It came with "Altered Beast" and I also had just enough money saved to get "Super Thunder Blade" and I'm glad I did because as good as AB is, it gets boring fairly quick because it's so short. Anyway, on to the new mini console - SEGA did a GREAT job with the new console - terrific build quality, the controllers are top notch and they got the legendary Japanese developer M2 to do the emulation. They really went all out on this console and it shows. Great selection of games and they look and sound great. I've read there are some issues with the sound being off in certain games but I didn't notice that all. Buy without hesitation. SEGA!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Carlos Sanchez - Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
Very nicely done
I own the NES and SNES mini but did not purchase the PSOne. This SEGA Genesis mini is really a nice console. The games play nice, the controls are responsive, and the interface is user friendly. I especially like the fact that I can go to the main screen and choose a new game straight from the controller without having to touch the mini console. All around a good buy, especially for the nostalgia.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeremy C. - Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
Garbage. Such a shame.
Well. Bad news. The item is nicely built for the most part, and looks really great. But it's useless. The input delay or screen rendering time for the video output is so laggy that the games are just plain unplayable. So sad because it seemed like Sega finally got it right. But no. This is FAR inferior to the Nintendo Mini products and not even worth $10 as a statue. It's just awful. Save your money or get a Pi or Analogue product. Returning it today. =(

5.0 out of 5 stars
By codyp - Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2019
Solid SEGA
So much better than the AtGames systems. 10/10. Is on par with NES and SNES classics. SEGA has a winner with this little nostalgia machine.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Captain Dipship - Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2019
Important retro history done right
The Mini is unapologetically awesome, and bless Sega for doing this one right. At long last, Sega is rediscovering its groove and reigniting the 90s, which was arguably their decade more than anyone else's, including Nintendo. This reissue is confidently executed, competently crafted, and features 42 of the greatest, most diverse, and even surprising titles ever to grace the Genesis, including some unexpected cult classics like Toe Jam & Earl. Rather than focusing on the software which is proven and a real showstopper in the emulation department due to Sega's personal attention to the Mini, I'll focus instead on the hardware and packaging. Presentation-wise, Sega knocked it out of the park and through the windshield of an unexpecting passerby. The box screams 1991 nearly as loudly as its iconic ads screamed, "Sega!" with a perfect miniature replica of the Sonic Box as it was known nearly 30 years ago. I love this box. The system itself is just as convincing and features moving cartridge port dust cover flaps, or whatever they were called. Even the volume slider is there, and it slides with conviction and quality. I may spend just as much time admiring the proportions and attentiveness to detail as I will playing the thing. Maybe. The Genesis Mini rocks. I can't wait to sink my teeth into the previously unreleased games and blast the familiar and sorely-missed FM synth, courtesy of a proprietary Yamaha chip that has never been replicated. I think this chip should be celebrated for driving some of coolest sounds and tunes ever to grace a console. I applaud Sega for sticking to their guns with the 3-button controller, especially since we can get a first-party 6 button with ease for around $20. I recommend doing so for several of the games, but for 90% of the catalog you won't need it. While many complain it should have been included in lieu of the 3-button, I'd argue the true retro flavor would have been diminished significantly, as the Genesis was born into the world with just three buttons. It was only later in the 90s due to the popularity of games like Street Fighter 2 that Sega's wonderful 6-button controller earned a spot in Genesis lore, and like the Genesis Mini itself, it was worth every penny.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By RKlein - Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2019
Fantastic Mini Sega
Don't be fooled by the knock off versions of this that have been out for a couple of years. This is the Sega 30th anniversary authentic mini console. Works awesome, obviously there are wired controllers, I fixed this with a 25ft HDMI cable that allows for the console to be near the couch. I use the same cable for other mini consoles. The game selection is really good also. A lot of fun!!!

3.0 out of 5 stars
By DocSmithers - Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
A great offering from Sega but not for everyone
It's impossible not to compare the Sega Genesis Mini to the SNES Classic now that both have been released. I owned both the original consoles back in the early 90s. I now own both the mini versions. Not much has changed. Both were great. Both mini consoles are great. I preferred the Super Nintento to the Genesis and now I prefer the SNES Classic to the Genesis Mini. You get double the games on the Genesis Mini, but for me, the quality of the SNES Classic games are superior. And as was the case back in the 1990s, the graphics of the SNES Classic are superior to the Genesis Mini. I think both minis are worth buying, and I will also be purchasing the Turbografix 16 mini, but it's hard to choose the Sega mini over the SNES Classic if you only want one. Many of the Sega mini games are already available on disc for current consoles. The same can't be said for many of the classic Nintendo games found on the SNES Classic.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Lucius T. Fontaine - Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2019
Sooooo happy!
Growing up, I had a model 2. This is a very cool addition. I like this better than the NES and SNES minis. So awesome.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By CaptSensible - Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
The Power of Blast Processing Returns
I was in the 7th grade when the original Genesis came out and it was a gift from the Videogaming gods. Near arcade quality graphics in an affordable home console was unheard of at that time. It came with "Altered Beast" and I also had just enough money saved to get "Super Thunder Blade" and I'm glad I did because as good as AB is, it gets boring fairly quick because it's so short. Anyway, on to the new mini console - SEGA did a GREAT job with the new console - terrific build quality, the controllers are top notch and they got the legendary Japanese developer M2 to do the emulation. They really went all out on this console and it shows. Great selection of games and they look and sound great. I've read there are some issues with the sound being off in certain games but I didn't notice that all. Buy without hesitation. SEGA!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Carlos Sanchez - Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
Very nicely done
I own the NES and SNES mini but did not purchase the PSOne. This SEGA Genesis mini is really a nice console. The games play nice, the controls are responsive, and the interface is user friendly. I especially like the fact that I can go to the main screen and choose a new game straight from the controller without having to touch the mini console. All around a good buy, especially for the nostalgia.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeremy C. - Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
Garbage. Such a shame.
Well. Bad news. The item is nicely built for the most part, and looks really great. But it's useless. The input delay or screen rendering time for the video output is so laggy that the games are just plain unplayable. So sad because it seemed like Sega finally got it right. But no. This is FAR inferior to the Nintendo Mini products and not even worth $10 as a statue. It's just awful. Save your money or get a Pi or Analogue product. Returning it today. =(

5.0 out of 5 stars
By codyp - Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2019
Solid SEGA
So much better than the AtGames systems. 10/10. Is on par with NES and SNES classics. SEGA has a winner with this little nostalgia machine.