Top 5. Best Retro Systems to own right now

Retro Gaming Consoles are more popular than ever before. Even with the advancements in the gaming industry as well as with the advent of VR gaming, retro gaming is still extremely popular. What began as only a pixelated match of ping pong has no advanced so much that there is absolutely no resemblance between vintage games and modern games. By the looks of where new gaming technology is heading it’s guaranteed to keep going in that direction. Sometimes we just want to enjoy the god old vintage Italian Plumber moving down green manholes in 2D. Lucky for you, you aren’t the only one which has made the best retro games along with many other classics run on cheap gaming retro systems. Here are the best retro game consoles you can buy today to get your fill of vintage games

5. Retron 5

Retron 5 I by far the best retro gaming console  that can emulate all the best retro games and vintage game form Sega and Nintendo that were released on:

• NES/Famicom

• SNES/Super Famicom

• Genesis/Mega Drive

• Game Boy

• Game Boy Color

• Game Boy Advance

The 90’s brought some the best retro games to the market that are still enjoyed by countless people from around the world. The Retron 5 is a relatively cheap gaming console that can easily be bought for $150 or even less depending on where you’re buying it from. Retron 5 relies upon emulation and is based on Android OS as well as packing considerable hardware to seamlessly emulate almost any retro Sega and Nintendo game while supporting 1080p output and save states!

4. NES Classic Mini

The NES Classic Mini is an official retro gaming console from Nintendo. The NES Classic Mini captures all the things that made the original console so great and delivers it in a small box with the right controller. This vintage gaming console can easily play all staple 80’s Nintendo games which includes Mega-man and Mario games as well – that is if you can find it. When the NES Classic Mini was released it was a cheap gaming console which you could buy for only $60! But, Nintendo made so few of these that trying to buy NES Classic Mini can easily cost you a few hundred dollars. It comes with 30 built-in games that can’t be expanded which is the only downside for the NES Classic Mini.

3. Sega Genesis Classic Console

 

The Sega Genesis AKA Sega Mega Drive is one of the finest retro gaming consoles on the market. It comes loaded with 80 retro games, off which 40 are Sega games where as the other 40 are from other companies. Unlike other latest retro gaming consoles, the Sega Genesis does have cartridge support which means if you’ve got any Sega cartridges lying around you’re in luck. The Sega Genesis does have support for wireless controllers and even with its extremely small size its highly durable. You can expect to find vintage games like Streets of Rage, Golden Axe, and Sonic the Hedgehog series.

2. Sony PlayStation

 

Even after all these years, the original Sony PlayStation console is by far one of the best gaming consoles and to this day is one of the best consoles for retro gaming. As surprising as it may seem, even after all these years you can easily find a PS One console on the market in a brand new state. PS One has some of the best retro games even today which includes titles like Final Fantasy Vii, Chrono Trigger, Crash Bandicoot, and hundreds of other vintage games that many people love to this day. The PS One today is a cheap gaming console that you can order on Amazon for the low price of $50 in a perfect working condition. So, if you’re a fan of retro games, then revisiting the good old PS One is a pretty good idea.

1. RetroFreak

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The Retrofreak is exactly what the name suggest a freak of nature. This system out of the box plays over 11 different systems. Now as awesome as this sounds most of the classic system numbers are double counted due to the ability to play both American and Japanese game. If you’ve ever wanted to play Famicom or Super Famicom games well the time is now. The Retrofreaks interface is also amazing, the ease of switching systems is simple with a change of cartridge. Playing Nintendo/Famicom, Super Nintendo,Super Famicom, Genesis/Megadrive, Gameboy (Color, Classic, Advance) and the Turbographx 16/PCE.

For even more games adding a whooping 16 systems in one with the add on adapter even more fun can be had. Do not worry about your game losing its edge, with the ability to rip your game on the the system all you need is a micro sd and you are good to go. The Retrofreak also has a resume feature for when you return to your game, you can pick up right were you left off. This is a most buy for Retro enthusiasts.

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