A full review of the popular AtGames Sega Genesis Classic Game Console that comes with over 80 games built-in, is capable of playing the original Genesis cartridges, and more.
That box brings back many memories :)
Missing a ton of gems that "comes with it", but if it plays regular carts to, it's all good. Pretty good idea though, I loved my Sega Genesis. Should have never sold it.
Wonder if we will eventually see PlayStation or Xbox with X games released in the same fashion somewhere down the line.
This one is coming...what... 25 years after the console's release? So, yeah, we'll be waiting a while to see if the PS & Xbox get a similar device.
Another year and 10 months and the PSX will be celebrating it's 20th birthday. :) Technology to do it cheaply has been around for a while now.
I know what u mean, had this before my snes back in the days
They make a SNES one and it's a day one buy for me!
i dont know about you but i was a nintendo fanboy back in the 90s.
Providing it'd come with decent games... hell yeah... shut up and take my money.
no Sonic the Hedgehog 3?
Always the same games in these things, the extra 40 games a joke could have got some decent ones surely cool spot? And all the Disney ones, licensing issues surely but even so just out Aladdin,The Lion King, Quack Shot and plenty of other games they could have used but hey ho. A Snes one is unlikely as Nintendo will want to keep all their old classics for the Virtual Console services just need to hurry up and get them all out there so they can start looking forward.
Yeah it's missing a ton of great games but it comes with a few good ones, too. I think the "comes with 80 games" marketing is a bit deceptive considering 1/2 are just junk titles but nothing to do about that. It's great that it can play old genesis cartridges, too, but 1. they're hard to find and 2. they can be a bit pricey
i freaking love this I bought like 6/7 month ago from toy r us for $50, glad I can play Herzog zwei again...
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