Knock-Off Console Plays Real Genesis, SNES, Sega Games

Knock-Off Console Plays Real Genesis, SNES, Sega Games
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Discovered at CES: Two generic consoles that play non-generic games. The Retro Duo accepts both NES and Super NES games, while the Gen X takes Sega Master System and Genesis/Mega Drive games. Both of the consoles were built on technology that takes advantage of lapsed patents, so they are perfectly legal. At least according to the guy showing them off at CES they are.

CES 2008: Retro Console Clones Take Actual Cartridges [Wired]

Comments

  • To play retro games on a knock off system is a fair deal to consumers of retro games would have little access to the classic games they love,I
    would recommend it.

    Where could i buy a Gen X or the one listed above in the US?

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