The successful sales of the updated NES Classic inspired the AtGames top management to release new versions of other legendary consoles. In the meantime, developers are busy with SEGA Genesis. The adapted version of the 16-bit console goes on sale in the fall.
There will be 85 classic games pre-installed. They are the hits that contributed to the success of Sega in the 1990s. In addition, users will be able to run arcade games from original cartridges, preserved among many fans of the console (the new gadget has a special slot for them). The console will also come with two wireless controllers.
The console will connect to TVs and monitors with the help of an HDMI cable. Among other things, you will be able to rewind and save data.
We will remind you that Sega Mega Drive released in 1998 earned 45 million fans in four years. First and foremost, the popularity of the console spread to Japan and the United States.