Retro Freak Console

Nov 12, 2015

Category: Tech

If you’ve ever seen those ridiculous retro gamer setups on Reddit, you’ll notice that, although the person might own a ton of classic consoles, those consoles take up a ton of room. With the Retro Freak Console, you’ll be able to play classic games from many different consoles of the past with the same device.

The unit plays games from various retro cartridges, such as SNES, Famicon, Super Famicon, Game Boy, GBA, Sega Genesis and more. So if you want to play Super Mario World one minute, and then decide to switch to Mortal Kombat on the Sega Genesis the next, you’ll be able to do that without having to switch devices. Best of all, you won’t have to go digging up old wires or buy any adapters for your TV, since the device connects with HDMI. No, it won’t improve the graphical quality of any of the games, but it means that it’ll work with any modern television. It’s available now starting at $180. [Purchase]

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