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Retro-Bit Generations is an HDMI microconsole with more than 100 built-in classic games
Looks like the NES Classic is going to have a bit of competition this Fall. That’s because Innex Inc has announced the Retro-Bit Generations, a microconsole that will include more than 100 built-in games.
So far, the company has signed on a handful of publishers from the NES, Super NES, and Genesis era including Capcom, Data East, Jaleco, and Irem. These companies will contribute a number of emulated titles to the microconsole such as Ghosts N Goblins, Gun.Smoke, Kid Niki Radical Ninja, Kung-Fu, Captain Commando, Kickle Cubicle, Rival Turf, Super R-Type, Super Bases Loaded, Knights of the Round, Brawl Brothers, and Ring King. With at least 88 more titles still shrouded in secrecy, the full game list will presumably be revealed at a later date.
Like the NES Classic, the Retro-Bit Generations will also include HDMI support, as well two six-button controllers that seem to be patterned on the Genesis controller and an SD Card slot for game saves.
The Retro-Bit Generations will be available sometime this Fall, and it’ll retail for $59.99.
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