For some unknown reason, someone in the US bought a copy of the 25-year-old game "Sonic the Hedgehog 2" for the Sega Game Gear, an 8-bit handheld game console released in Japan in 1990 and North America in 1991. [NPP Group Analyst] Mat Piscatella was the one who publicly disclosed the information after accessing detailed sales reports from retailers.
It's really a mystery why someone bought a copy of the game that came out on November 17, 1992. It's also strange that a dealer managed to keep a copy of a game for a handheld device set in 1997.  Piscatella reveals in his tweets that the mysterious buyer received a copy of "Sonic the Hedgehog 2" from a retailer in March 201
When someone asked Piscatella about the circumstances of the sale, he announced that the copy might have been sold by a retailer as new because the consignment stores did not offer point-of-sale sales data (POS) transmitted via the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), meaning that it was scanned in a register.
Some people who were interested in Piscatella's discovery suspected that the game might have been sold as part of Toys Clearance sale of R Us, which is undoubtedly the best explanation for the situation, according to Polygon .Piscatella, however, was determined to learn more about the sale following his tweet.
Interestingly enough, Piscatellas' search for the mysterious buyer seems A relative of the buyer contacted the analyst about social media and revealed that The copy was purchased at a Wisconsin store for $ 6.99. The relative also made it clear that the game was bought in February, not last month. Unfortunately, the game gear they have is no longer working properly, so they may need to buy another to play the game.
During the run, the Sega Game Gear sold a total of 10.62 million units. Unfortunately, it was ousted from the market by its competitor, the Nintendo Game Boy. The latter was a greater success, as it delivered a total of 118.69 million units in its various forms, according to GameRant .