If you love retro gaming but can not afford to buy an expensive old console with a collection of games, then mini consoles are a good way to get into it. With even more consoles on the horizon there has never been a better time to enjoy playing retro.
The NES Classic Edition is the one that started the craze for the mini console. It came with 30 games built in and sold out almost immedietly, even after a second production run the demand for this console is high.
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The SNES Classic Edition is the second offering from Nintendo. Featuring 20 games and the never before released StarFox 2, it's success will mean even more offerings from the gaming giant.
Sony entered the fray with it's Playstation Classic, this remake of the companies first console comes with 20 games built in a mini controller and as with the others full HDMI output.
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Although miniature consoles are nothing new with numerous models of different consoles being made in the past, it is only since official games company's have started to get in on the action that the trend has really taken off.
NOW THAT MINI CONSOLES ARE THE NEW TREND IN GAMING WITH LIMITED GAMES BUILT IN AND HDMI OUTPUTS. WE THOUGHT IT ONLY RIGHT THAT WE SHOULD REVIEW THESE RETRO STYLE MACHINES AND RE-LIVE OUR CHILDHOODS AT THE SAME TIME.
The C64 Mini is the first home computer to get the miniture treatment. First made when games were on tape, this console comes with 64 games and a classic joystick to play them with.