2016 was a good year for retro gamers and it looks like 2017 is shaping up to be even better. Previously, tech nerds were the only ones with the right knowledge to construct retro gaming devices. Setting up the software/hardware is a tedious process. However, Retrogaming is now enjoyed by all thanks to a new project. Hence, get ready to bring back all your favorite Sega and Nintendo games back to life.
PAY HOMAGE TO YOUR FAVORITE SEGA GAMES
Sure, Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo might dominate the modern gaming market but don’t forget about the past. Before the Playstation and Xbox, Sega was there. Every cool kid on the block played Sonic the Hedgehog and now you can bring those memories back to life with the RetroEngine Sigma. From the first time you plug this device in, the device’s installer will inject everything you need into the system so you can start gaming immediately. Furthermore, the Sigma ships with 15 preinstalled games to start off with.
OLD SCHOOL SEGA WITH A NEW SCHOOL TWIST
While at first glance, this device might just look like a new Sega Genesis or Nintendo SNES but with a few modern additions. For one, the Sigma comes with built-in WiFi so you can use it easily over your home internet network. Furthermore, you can even control games with your smartphone. Don’t forget about the Bluetooth dongle for the expansion port. This means you can use the device with nearly all Bluetooth gamepads like those used with PS3. Ultimately, the Sigma combines the best of new and old to bring you one rad device for the ages.
PLAYING YOUR FAVORITE SEGA AND NINTENDO GAMES IS EASY
This concept looks great on paper but you’re probably a bit stressed. Am I smart enough to set this up? Do I need to know anything about software or hardware? These are all questions that might be going through your head. Well, to your delight, all you need is access to a WiFi network and a WiFi ready smartphone, tablet or computer. From there, the system will send you a fully-configures network enabled computer/media player loaded with all sorts of games. Furthermore, it will guide you through any downloads and installations of additional software. Retro gaming is coming back in a big way and you don’t need to be a genius to take part in the fun.