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Retro-Bit Super Retro Trio review | Digital Foundry

The relentless march of time may bring with it incredible advances in gaming technology, but there's a cost too: with each passing year, the number of working vintage consoles slowly but surely diminishes. Some fail simply due to age, others due to the fact that they've been serving their owners dutifully for much longer than was ever anticipated when they were first manufactured.

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Dasteru899d ago (Edited 899d ago )

The Retron 5 still comes out $15 cheaper than the SRT, once you factor in the gameboy adapter.

SRT: $70+45 for the gameboy adapter.

NES
SNES
Genesis
GB
GBC
GBA

Composite output

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Retron 5: $100

NES
Famicom
SNES
Super Famicom
Genesis
Megadrive
GB ]
GBC ] No adapter needed
GBA ]
Master System

HDMI output
720p upscaling and texture filters
Audio interpolation
SD Card slot for save states
Bluetooth controllers
Claimed 100% compatibility (even tested to be fully working with Super Castlevania, the one game that has never worked on any previous clone system)