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Wiggum

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#237857 21-Jun-2018 09:14
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This looks really cool.

 

 

Re-think everything you know about playing retro games in your modern living room and say hello to POLYMEGA™, the world’s first modular HD retro game console. We built POLYMEGA™ so that you can have a modern gaming experience with all your favorite classic game cartridges, disc games, and accessories in 1080p HD without the clutter and sub-par video quality of using the old retro systems. It’s modular, so you can play an ever-growing list of classic game cartridge-based systems the way they were meant to be played – with minimal lag and with universal compatibility.

 

http://polymega.com/

 

 


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ripdog
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  #2041501 21-Jun-2018 09:20
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So basically an emulator box? Get controller -> USB adapters, download the ROMs and save yourself a few hundred dollars. This thing aint gonna be cheap.


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  #2041504 21-Jun-2018 09:24
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USD$250 for the base unit and one controller, $60 for each module.  According to their FAQ


 
 
 
 


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  #2041507 21-Jun-2018 09:34
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ripdog:

 

So basically an emulator box? Get controller -> USB adapters, download the ROMs and save yourself a few hundred dollars. This thing aint gonna be cheap.

 

 

Yea was wondering the same, but for those that dont feel like tinkering this one should just work.

 

As I understand most of the very older gaming systems were 8bit or 16bit FPGA based, they will never be emulated 100% correctly. 

 

I saw this the other day which was very interesting, The Analogue Super NZ. Its 100% no emulation, which means zero lag. But it seems limited to SNES games.


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