Atari, Sega miniconsoles anticipating to float NES Classic’s coattails


At Games

The NES Classic, with a collection of 30 1980s classical games, was so renouned that Nintendo couldn’t keep it in stock. But will we be as eager about Pitfall, Dig Dug and Sonic a Hedgehog?

Retro diversion purveyor At Games hopes so. The association has announced a slew of new consoles featuring classical titles from Atari and Sega Genesis. They embody a new Atari Flashback 8 Gold, with some-more than 120 games built-in, including Missile Command, Asteroids, Centipede, and Millipede. 

Meanwhile a company’s new Sega Genesis Flashback includes games from a Sonic series, Mortal Kombat series, and Phantasy Star series.

The new consoles — including an Atari unstable — will be accessible after this year. Pricing was not announced. 

While progressing iterations of these consoles are already widely accessible in drugstores and online, AtGames is lifting a bar with some NES Classic-style upgrades, including HDMI outlay and a “save/pause/rewind feature” for any title.

The proclamation comes in allege of subsequent week’s E3 video games conference. CNET will be there.

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by Ashley Esqueda

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