Look, I can’t persuade you that you should give new games a chance.
Or that Xbox One, Switch, the nascent VR movement and, heck, even your phone will give you a better gaming experience than whatever fuzzy memories you have of Atari, Nintendo, et al. "Games were simpler, music was better, get off my lawn," etc.
So if you must relive your childhood, here are the best “new” takes on classic gaming consoles. (But seriously, try playing some new games, gramps. The industry has never been more creative, dynamic and diverse.)
Best feature: You can plug another keyboard into the USB ports and use as a home computer (or use the ports for a second joystick). A really slow home computer, but still ...
Status: “Coming soon”
Best feature: You can output your games to a larger screen.
Status: $40, available now
Best features: For the Atari, it’s wireless controllers ... but also HDMI ports so you can add wired controllers (those included joysticks are based off Atari’s terrible, flimsy original controllers). For the Sega, there’s an integrated cartridge port that’ll play most of your old Sega Genesis and Mega Drive original cartridges.
Status: Available at Family Dollar, Walgreens, Best Buy and Toys “R” Us stores, with HD versions of the consoles arriving Oct. 24.
Best features: Very few details are available, but the company behind Ataribox (it’s licensed) has promised “new” content, as well as Internet access and streaming abilities.
Status: Available Spring 2018 and that’s pretty much all anyone knows.
Nintendo’s official take on their original 1985 console, with 30 pre-loaded games and a grey NES Classic controller.
Best feature: You can plug those classic controllers into a Wii Remote controller to use with the NES Virtual Console games on the Wii U system ... which is a pretty specific feature, to be honest.
Status: The gift that was impossible to find last season is available now, sort of — it should be $60, but good luck finding it for less than $200. Apparently, more consoles will be available next summer.
Best feature: It contains the never-before-released Star Fox 2 game.
Best feature: Besides the design? A built-in DLP LED projector and loudspeaker.
Status: Only 25 are being made and they each cost over $2,000, but hey, it’s art.
Best feature: It’s bulletproof, for whatever reason.
Status: Got $3,000? It’s yours.
Best feature: You can control games via your smartphone, as well as any USB controller.
Source : http://www.insidehook.com/nation/the-10-best-retro-gaming-consoles
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