Those with plenty of playable SNES or Genesis games but broken consoles may wish to have a look at the Retrode 2, which allows you to play the games on your PC. It’s basically a USB device you insert your cartridges and controllers into, and once plugged into your PC, the games become playable with any installed emulator program. You can find out more about it through the official website, or through Engadget. The fun little device will be made available on January 23 for €65/$85.
The E3 demo for Far Cry 5 showed a nice slice of everything we’ll be doing in the game, but today’s video is even better.
Not to be outplayed by other publishers at gamescom, Activision has dropped the launch trailer for Destiny 2 16 days ahead of the actual launch.
Fe, the indie platformer from EA Originals, gets a lovely new gamescom trailer, Switch version confirmed
Fe, the EA Originals title the publisher unveiled at E3 last year, has resurfaced once again at this year’s gamescom.
Mega Drive (that’s a Genesis, Americans) fans will be tickled pink by Sega’s latest digital archive effort.
Imagine all of your beloved gaming systems from childhood being put to the test against other systems. But not in the way you think: instead of a contest to see which has the better graphics or game library, WIRED decided to see which would survive a 15 foot fall.
If the Switch isn’t quite Nintendo enough for you, third party hardware company 8Bitdo has you covered.
You can download the Rayman SNES game that never was right now.