SEGA Master System
In order to stay on top. SEGA had to keep up with the technology when in 1994 32-bit consoles were launched. So, in the end of the year SEGA released a Saturn model. However, the model sold only about 9.5 million units as it’s the same year when Sony entered the market by releasing a new console - PlayStation.
The last console SEGA launched was Dreamcast. In three years (1998-2001) it was produced it sold over 10 million copies. It was regarded as “ahead of its time” with 16 MB Ram, 8MB GPU and games released like Crazy Taxi as well as Shenmue.
However, having to compete with Playstation 2, SEGA Dreamcast was not well-sold and was discontinued in 2001. However, that period was financially very rough for SEGA and after a series of major decisions were made, the company quit manufacturing consoles and was rebranded as a game publisher for other consoles.