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Sega joins the fight against breast cancer by releasing controller

A new player joins the fight against breast cancer - Sega is selling a special, pink controller and 10% of the proceeds will go towards the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

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1 in 8 women (and 1 in 1000 men) in the US will develop breast cancer, and it is the most common form of cancer in the country - and the world. That's why it's so nice to see Retro-Bit using their Sega Collaboration by partnering with the National Breast Cancer Foundation in the US for.

Together they will sell pink controllers that have a 10% cash-back to National Breast Cancer Foundation. There are four different kinds; two Mega Drive (6 button original and 8 button USB) and two Saturn (8 button original and 8 button USB) - and only 2000 each of them will ever be made.

Both USB controllers are fully functioning with PC, Switch and the Mega Drive Mini. Why not get one of these collectables and get yourself a nice controller while doing a good thing at the same time. If this sounds like something for you, the pre-orders starts later today at this link

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Sega joins the fight against breast cancer by releasing controllerSega joins the fight against breast cancer by releasing controller
Sega joins the fight against breast cancer by releasing controllerSega joins the fight against breast cancer by releasing controller


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