With the release of things like Nintedo’s Classic Edition and Sega’s Mega Drive, retro gaming has seen a recent boost in popularity recently. But, the problem with those systems is that they’re limited primarily by the developers themselves. A Genesis emulator (without heavy custom modifications) is only going to play Genesis games. And that can be frustrating for any old-school-loving gamer that doesn’t want to buy a dozen different consoles. That’s also why the RetroEngine Sigma is so cool.
This neat little emulator machine can play the games from 28 different classic consoles. That means, with this tiny console, you can play games from the Atari 2600, Nintendo 64, Neo Geo, Sony Playstation, Sega Genesis – the list goes on and on. It also features a few modern perks, like HDMI output and USB controller inputs – so, you’re not limited to any one brand’s hardware. It even has a Micro USB expansion port if you want to play anything that supports up to 4 players at a time. And it has wireless & Bluetooth connectivity, so you can connect it to your home network. Currently, they have no plans to sell this system at retail, so your only chance to pick it up is through their Indiegogo campaign. [Purchase]