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The FM Towns Marty is a fifth-generation home video game console released in 1993 by Fujitsu, exclusively for the Japanese market. It is often claimed to be the first 32-bit CD-based home video game system, although it has a 16-bit data bus, just like the earlier Commodore CDTV and Sega CD, which both have Motorola 68000 processors that are similar internally 16/32-bit, but with a 16-bit data bus. The console came complete with a built in CD-ROM drive and disk drive. It was based on the earlier FM Towns computer system Fujitsu had released in 1989. The Marty was backward-compatible with older FM Towns games.

 

Game Jenie now offers delivery within 15 miles of the Game Jenie location at the County Line Flea Market, Mini Mall. If you order $200 or more we will deliver it the same day. If it's $100 we will deliver it within three days! You can get 20% off by coming in the store and making a purchase of any of the items on our site if you are a rewards member. Also, dont forget if you come in you can bring your trade and put it towards the purchase of an item. We do trades for cash and store credit. 

SYSTEM-FM TOWNS MARTY II RECAPPED BELTS CHANGED!

$1,399.00Price
    • Rewards members are able to get a 20% discount on all preowned items including games and consoles.
    • The discount is only avalible to rewards members and only given on purchases made in store.
    • You can become a rewards member by coming to one of our locations and signing up with a $10 one time payment or by purchasing a console and receive one for free.
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