Sega Saturn Racer Joystick HSS-0115/HSS-0141 :-: First released in 1995 in Japan, it goes without saying that this controller was designed to be used with racing and driving games. The controller itself is analog and can be adjusted in its height and angle. The controller has 7 face buttons and 2 paddles on the side of the wheel all of which can be used to control various aspects of the game. The controller is also available in a number of colors.
Sega SJ-150 :-: Copying its design from the controller used on the Nintendo Famicom, this game pad was released as the default controller packaged with the Sega SG-1000 II. While the controller replaced the SJ-200 as the standard for Sega consoles, the SJ-150 came with a stick that could be screwed into the D-Pad to turn it into a similar controller. The controllers was not known for its ergonomic design, with the cable coming out to the side rather than the top.
Sega Master System 3060 Control Stick :-: Never to be confused with the Model 3060 Joypad Control stick, the most significant feature of this controller is the big T-Grip handle. This feature was advertised as allowing a player to achieve "more precise gaming control", which may have been true for car and racing games, but not so true for high precision games. The device featured a standard DE-9 connector and so could be used on most gaming consoles and home computers on the age.