Just reach on down to the ground and whip your arm back up to remove your opponent's home spine. No more clunky A, B, Up, B, for finishing moves in Mortal Kombat. Released in 1993 when Sega had an incredible 65 percent market share in the video game industry, the Activator seemed home like a gift from the video game gods, sent decades ahead of its time. When you punch, your guy punches, when you kick, your guy kicks and when you do a jump kick you'd finally be a little closer to becoming an international super-ninja.
Finally you'll be able to feel like you're part of the game. The Sega home Activator (For The Sega Genesis). In a couple of years, we won't see teenagers drag racing, they'll be pairing up and playing cross-car matches of Wii tennis. Yes, to play home the Wii in your car is to laugh in the face of death.