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In 1992, Sega released the Sega CD system. The system attached itself to the botton of the Sega Genesis and games could be inserted through a front loading tray. A year later a top loading, Sega CD 2 version, was made available. The CD system worked in conjunction with the Sega Genesis and doubled the amount of memory and allowed CD sound to be used in the games. A third and final version was released in 1994, Sega CDX, and combined the Sega Genesis and Sega CD into a small, compact unit.