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Here is an old thread of mine regarding Pele:

https://connect.gocollect.com/discussion/160360/pele-two-releases-yellow-text-cart-accolade-ballistic

In the case of Pele, when the Sega Seal of Quality sticker was introduced (presumed later print), the cart label was actually drastically updated.

Now that I'm reviewing Pele I think it might also have 3 releases:

1) Soccer ball offer

2) no soccer ball offer

3) no soccer ball offer + Sega Seal added (new white label cart)

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I just obtained a copy of the World Series Baseball ‘95 variant missing the ‘95, and I noticed something that I haven’t seen documented elsewhere: The “95” has also been removed from the review quote on the box from GameFan. I’ve seen this variant cited as a misprint before, but this makes me think that the title change was deliberate.

Also, mine wasn’t a sealed copy, but the cart manufacturing date was later than my other copy (9537, versus 9511 on my regular release). And box swapping happens of course, but if anyone with the missing text variant could check the PCB on theirs as well, it might help to solidify that this was a later print. 

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On 4/3/2021 at 9:00 PM, isacin said:

Hi, @DaddyMulk. Here are a couple of pictures of my World Series´95 copy. Hope it helps 🙂 !

 

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Awesome, thanks! 9538 = Made one week after my numberless copy. 
 

On 4/5/2021 at 12:21 PM, supergamboy said:

Fascinating, so I'd always thought that the version without '95 was the first print.  But you guys are thinking they might have dropped the '95 in a later print to keep selling it past 1995? How shitty, haha.

We’d need more data to be sure (or someone cracking open a sealed copy), but we’ve now got two copies of the numberless one made about 6 months after the game’s initial release.

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So I've been reading about Sega's Accolade lawsuit and the four games retroactively licensed due to it, Al Michaels Announces HardBall III, Jack Nicklaus' Power Challenge Golf, Summer Challenge, & Super Off Road. Later copies of Jack Nicklaus' Power Challenge Golf would have a Sega Seal of Quality sticker added (specifically, it seems the "Includes Baltusrol" sticker variant got the SoQ sticker), but what bout the other three?

SegaRetro is vague, claiming Summer Challenge and Super Off Road were re-released "with a license", but not mentioning any added sticker/branding, and for HardBall III says it was "licensed during production". I couldn't find any examples of these three with any sort of SoQ sticker/branding after a quick ebay search, but given that Jack Nicklaus' PCG got it, it's possible the others may have, as well.

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On 4/16/2021 at 6:25 PM, DaddyMulk said:

Awesome, thanks! 9538 = Made one week after my numberless copy. 
 

We’d need more data to be sure (or someone cracking open a sealed copy), but we’ve now got two copies of the numberless one made about 6 months after the game’s initial release.

Just a quick update: I obtained another copy of the numberless WSB95 CIB. It has the same chip dates as my other copy/isacin’s. Again, I’m hesitant to jump to conclusions with limited data, but it certainly looks like this batch came after the numbered ones.

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Finding that Bio-Hazzard battle has me going through this thread again and noticed the Lightening Force print variant is not on the spread sheet. Made in USA cart, It has different style cart top label art, the cart code on the bottom is a sticker and not actually printed and the grid patter is much more bold. 111457614_s-l1600(2).jpg.fdd1c190fa410994bb2a5b6abe2a0f0b.jpgs-l1600.jpg.4190c7ae0a0ce751b5f989692b8555ab.jpg134251428_s-l1600(1).jpg.196d91c81f52130edeac37ef9ab58cd8.jpg

1st print top label

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Barney's Hide and seek has a variant not listed. One version has the color manual and the other has 670-4070 below the upc with a black and white manual.

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Barney's Hide and seek has a variant not listed. One version has the color manual and the other has 670-4070 below the upc with a black and white manual.

 

It seems some of the photos listed on this thread are from my game listings on eBay. I collect SEGA stuffs and can assist with verifying sleeves have stickers or other questions on items, if I have not sold it yet or it is in my collection. Your Spreadsheet has been a great help on building my collection.

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On 9/27/2021 at 10:26 PM, EJCPerformance said:

Barney's Hide and seek has a variant not listed. One version has the color manual and the other has 670-4070 below the upc with a black and white manual.

This was on my list too about some little things I found in the spreadsheet.

It´s not only the manual, the game is rated as "eC" or "Early Childhood" (I think it´s the only with "Richard Scarry´s Busy Town" to have this badge in the front artwork). Both have the same number 670-4070 but in the variant the code was moved below the UPC to make room for the early childhood rating/explanation.

 

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The other difference is the variant has white letters for the GENESIS as well as the mark "Registered" instead the "Trademark". Also the 1996 date and SEGA address.

The cartridge label seems to be the same. The back shows "Assembled in the USA".

 

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Hopefully this helps. I will check my notes and let you know about the other couple things in the spreadsheet.

Take care!
 

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