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This Is The Last Console You’ll Rver Buy

Hyperkin’s exciting hybrid console enables you to play all those classic games that have been taking up space in your loft or spare room. Instead of having to own the original console, this clever device will enable you to play NES, SNES, Mega Drive, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance and Game Boy Color games. You can even play Master System games with the correct adapter.

In addition to being incredibly versatile, the Retron 5 is also perfect for using on new TVs (old consoles suffer due to their low resolutions), making it an essential device for those who don’t want to clutter their rooms with all sorts of different systems. It might be ugly to look at, but it’s amazing at what it offers and comes highly recommended.

Look what legendary titles you can play with this amazing machine.

RS39200_MegadriveSega Mega Drive/Genesis

Sega’s console was a huge success in the United States and Europe, as Sega brought its arcade games and arcade knowhow to the living room for an affordable price.

Top three to play…
1. Streets Of Rage 2
2. Sonic The Hedgehog 2
3. Golden Axe

RS64905_SnesSuper Nintendo Entertainment System

The main rival to Sega’s Mega Drive in the Nineties, SNES had a fantastic library of games from its own titles like Super Mario World to third-party games like Final Fantasy VI.

Top three to play…
1. Super Mario Kart
2. F-Zero
3. Street Fighter II Turbo

RS58432_DSC_2954Nintendo Entertainment System

One of the most influential bits of hardware ever made, the NES helped the games industry recover following its crash in 1983 thanks to its low price and fantastic games.

Top three to play…
1. Super Mario Bros.
2. Contra
3. Punch-Out

Wiki -GameboyAdvanceNintendo Game Boy Advance

When Nintendo injected more muscle and power into its Game Boy line, the result was the Game Boy Advance, which allowed for more complicated and in-depth games to be played while on the move.

Top three to play…
1. Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire
2. Advance Wars
3. Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow

RS41796_RS12169_GameBoy_2-2Nintendo Game Boy

Despite competing with a suddenly busy handheld market in the early Nineties, Game Boy emerged triumphant by some distance thanks to its incredible battery life and the huge popularity of Tetris.

Top three to play…
1. Tetris
2. Pokémon Red & Blue
3. Donkey Kong