First, Nintendo reveals the NES Classic Edition. Then Sega’s Mega Drive Classic Game Console, which is essentially the same as the NES Classic Edition but with 80 games, tried to take the spotlight. And now, three days later from Sega’s big reveal, the Retro-Bit Generations Console by Innex Inc. has been announced and boasts over 100 titles.
That’s right, the all-new plug and play platform will allow users to play over 100 video games via AV or HDMI, making it work on a variety of televisions. Although the entire list of titles was not disclosed within a recent press release, here are just a few of the many titles to come:
VG Newswire has reached out to Innex Inc. PR in efforts to find out when individuals can expect to see the complete list of titles, and will update this post should we hear back.
The new plug and play device is scheduled to launch in Fall 2016 and will retail for $59.99, and will include two USB controllers. Seeing that the console includes USB operated controllers, VG Newswire has also reached out to Innex Inc. PR to find out if individuals will be able to utilize Xbox One or PlayStation 4 controllers via USB as well. Again, we will update this post should we hear back. It’s also worth noting that the console supports SD cards which are to be used for saving or transferring data between consoles.
So, any thoughts on the Retro-Bit Generations Console? Do you plan to pick up any of the new plug and play devices that were recently announced? If so, be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. And for more on retro games, keep it right here, VG Newswire.
Update: Innex Inc. has responded to our inquiry and has given the site the following information:
VGNW: Seeing that the console utilizes USB ports, would it be possible for consumers to use Xbox One or PlayStation 4 controllers, via USB, in replace of the included controllers?
Innex Marketing Manager Richard Igros: Yes, any USB that is 2.0. However, NO Xbox or current generation Playstation controllers will be compatible. Although we are currently testing older generations from PS3 and before.
VGNW: Additionally, when can individuals expect to learn more of the platforms catalog of games?
Innex Marketing Manager Richard Igros: We are slowly unveiling content via social media and our website retro-bit.com
Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube:@Retrobitgaming
We will unveil new titles every Friday and content every Wednesday.