With its 2013 E3 lineup, gaming hardware company Hyperkin looks to the future of gaming while still supporting its past.
I might have to get my cousin one of those Retron thingies. I think he'd enjoy it.
I want one myself, but I don't actually have any retro cartridges, so it wouldn't be much use.
Check your used music/movie/gaming store. You'll probably have the best luck at a locally-owned one.
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