Metal Arcade: Jason Bakker writes:
It’s safe to say that the retro gaming scene has exploded in recent years. “Homebrew” titles have been around for awhile — new games for classic systems, playable via emulators on a PC. But nothing can beat the feeling of opening a brand new physical copy of a game for a beloved system like the Nintendo Entertainment System, and playing with an original controller. Years after the NES had been forgotten by the masses in favor of newer, shinier HD consoles, developer KHAN Games has released Study Hall, a new NES cart that can be played in an original 8-bit Nintendo system or any of the recent clone consoles (such as the Retro Duo or the upcoming RetroN 5).