In The 90s, Sega Made This Boy's Christmas Very Special

The 1990s were Sega's golden age, but they were also a golden age for those who loved Sega, because every year on December 25 you could bet there'd be millions of kids around the world waking up to find new consoles and hardware under the tree. Kids like Tyler Esposito.

Tyler put this video together in memory of his father, who was not only behind the camera on all these magical mornings between 1991 and 1998, but whose "love of video games and more importantly, me, made all this possible".

I've never seen someone more excited about Sega CD games. Ever.

Christmas Morning with SEGA [YouTube]

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The nineties were weird in a weird way. Also to some people who say 90's cartoons were better and name cartoons like Dexter's Lab, Powerpuff Girls or Samurai Jack, please make sure you know when you started watching those cartoons.

Actually don't. That way I can continue to laugh at you.