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SNES Classic Edition Retro Game Console
For some gamers, the word nostalgia may bring up thoughts of Atari or Nintendo, but for many who grew up in the 90s, Sega Genesis is the first that comes to mind. Thankfully, SEGA has released a mini-console to relive the memories of yesteryear. If you're looking to relive those nostalgic moments of Sonic the Hedgehog and Streets of Rage 2, pick up your mini-console and purchase the Sega Genesis MOD Service, giving you an even larger selection of games and memories.
Perfectly modeled and animated with amazingly produced 42 built-in games, this mini console brings a cheerful surprise to you. The smaller size of the console allows you to carry it anywhere around while featuring the perfect cosmetics, including a side grille, volume switch, and extension switch. The front USB ports support the two authentic, perfectly designed controllers supplied.
You would think that in today’s digitally focused world, brands would want to be as modern and forward-thinking as possible, right? Well, PlayStation, a company that’s at the forefront of gaming consoles, certainly doesn’t think so.
The original NES made a splash in the homes of children (and adults) in the United States in 1985. Christmases were never better. While Atari was the first major home gaming console, it was the Nintendo Entertainment System that started the mainstream gaming craze across the country.
Most commonly known as the PS4, this gaming console was created by Sony Interactive Entertainment as a continuation of the PlayStation console series. This console was first launched in November of 2013; since then, it has become the fourth most sold console of all time. Its creation began in 2008, two years after the release of the PlayStation 3.