• OS: Windows Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo E6400
    • Graphics: Shader Model 2.0 Compatible, GeForce 8600GT
    • Sound Card: DirectSound-compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: Controller recommended, Monitor over 1280×720 px, refresh rate over 60Hz not supported.
  • The Master system was one of Sega’s other goodies.
    It was definitely up to the standards set by its older brothers but it could keep up with his younger, more advanced versions as well simply due to durability. They lasted with an almost guarantee of 5 years and were thus an intregal part of early sustained gaming.

    Its tenure in the world (before eventual collapse) left us with many classics and cult favorites and if you just so happen to be a part of such a small group of people with a great taste for classical gaming then you are at the right place. This article will describe how to play Sega Masters game in a fusion emulator.

    Step 1: Get the files you will need

    Download the emulator from

    Download the games from

    Download the BIOS from wherever you can
    First create a, create a folder and name it Fusion Emulator and unzip the downloaded emulator into this newly created folder.
    Next, create a subfolder in the Fusion Emulator folder and name it as ‘Games’. This is where you will keep all your Master system roms.

    Step 2: Getting the emulator up and running

    Navigate to the folder where you installed the emulator and double click Fusion.exe. This will open the emulator and after a few seconds you should see something along the lines of this

    That is the emulator.

    Now, first, we have to configure the controls so that you can actually control the in-game actions. To configure the controls go to options à set config and you will come across something like this
    here, you need to input the BIOS that you downloaded first, without it which there will be no gaming. Now, back to the configuring, go to controllers and assign the controls you want to assign for the in-game commands.

    Next, go to Sound and you will be able to choose to mute, increase/decrease volume and change the output (hrtz).

    Step 3: Playing the game

    Now that we are done with all the technical part of setting up this wondrous piece of software, it’s time we took it out for a spin. Click File è Load Master System ROM and navigate to the Games folder where you have kept all your game ISO’s. Then double click the iso of the game you want to play and start enjoying the magic of the golden generation of gaming

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