The Sega CD, also known as the Mega-CD, was a CD-ROM accessory for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive home video game console. It was first released in 1991 in Japan and later in North America and Europe. The Sega CD allowed players to play games on CD-ROMs, offering enhanced graphics, audio, and longer gameplay compared to traditional Genesis cartridges. In addition to playing standard Genesis games, the Sega CD also offered its own exclusive titles, such as the popular RPG “Lunar: The Silver Star” and the interactive movie game “Night Trap”. The Sega CD became an important part of the Sega Genesis library and helped shape the future of gaming with its innovative technology.