Sega Genesis Classics hit major consoles last month, but you wouldn't have guessed it. Sure, we don't expect the higher powers of games journalism to take a look at a 20 year old console in the month of E3, but the silence around the compendium got me thinking of all the Sega Genesis (or Mega Drive) gems that have been forgotten over the years.
With the advent of the NES Classic Mini later this month, and TecToy's Sega Genesis newly announced, it's not surprising that many eyes are turning to the neo-retro market. While they may not be terribly exciting for seasoned collectors, the all-in-one plug and play boxes are cropping up across the market. Apparently RetroN's multi-cartridge reading... Continue Reading →
And Atari seems to be at the centre of nearly every damn one of them. Sony PlayStation Possibly the most well known story revolves around the biggest console in the list. Sony was producing sound chips for Nintendo when they were approached to create a CD add-on for the Super Nintendo in efforts to compete... Continue Reading →