SEGA Genesis Flashback Console Release
We’ve all been waiting for this, fellow retro gamers! After the tremendous success of Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition, the craze for the retro remake is still high. AtGames recently released two consoles, with another one coming this September, all packed with classic SEGA games.
The Sega Genesis Flashback is a new console from AtGames that features 85 built-in titles from the original Sega Genesis console. In addition to the built-in games, the console will include a cartridge port that supports “almost all” of the original Genesis and Mega Drive cartridges, a feature that was lacking from Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition console.
Also packed in are two Genesis-style 2.4ghz wireless controllers and two controller ports for those who wish to use classic wired controllers. It will also feature 720px HDMI output and scanline filtering. Every game will support a feature that lets you save, pause, and even rewind the game. The Sega Genesis Flashback has been announced for release this September.
Sega Genesis Classic Game Console
The Classic Game Console returns in a new value-priced edition, complete with 81 all-time favorites. Amazing new additions to the game line-up include role-playing and strategy legends Shining Force™ and Shining Force II™. Two wired controllers, styled after the Sega Genesis originals, are included, as well as two legacy controller ports to add your own optional original controller.
Sega Genesis Ultimate Portable Game Player
The Ultimate Portable Game Player returns with an enhanced selection of 85 built-in Sega Genesis and Mega Drive classic games. The selection of blockbuster games includes new additions PAC-PANIC™ and Splatterhouse 2™, as well as other surprise titles. You can even add your own games with an optional SD card!
Returning for 2017 is save game support for the included Phantasy Star™ series and Sword of Vermillion™ role-playing games. A built-in rechargeable battery, means the on-the-go fun never has to end. Games can be played on the portable’s built-in, high-resolution 2.8” display, or on a TV via optional cable.
The Leader In Built-In Retro Game Consoles
AtGames is a company that markets various “Flashbacks” Plug’n Play consoles and handheld devices. It features consoles from Atari, Coleco, and Sega. Devices made by AtGames run on the same hardware that many clone systems do. In addition, some of the games on their consoles are either unlicensed from the original copyright holder. However, their products are still licensed.
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