The majority of gamers that were raised during the home console development owned either a Super Nintendo or perhaps a Sega Genesis. As time passes, Nintendo carried on to grow and most of their follow-up systems reinforced at least some level of retro gaming features. Sega failed to benefit from the same achievements. The truth is, they ultimately ended their console advancement subdivision. But because of the revival of retro gaming demand, Sega has eventually licensed out their vintage 16-bit console. The Sega Mega Drive is partnering with Brazilian firm Tectoy.
Although they named it the Sega Mega Drive Limited Edition, you can still see Genesis name on it. There is significant technological innovations with this console, but it can play old-fashioned cartridges and includes the brand’s classic 3-button video controller. The best part is it’s pre-loaded with twenty-two vintage games (like Altered Beast, Alex Kidd, Sonic 3, Golden Axe). The hard drive is furthermore expandable by means of a small SD card. This partial run of this retro console resurgence is marketing for only $126 USD.