Remember those legendary days where we had thousands of games all in one cartridge, well they’re back and with some new touch ups. It’s not exactly how you might think though. Sega’s officially licensed manufacturing partner, Brazil’s TecToy has developed a new Genesis console that not only looks almost identical to the original, but also has a traditional cartridge slot and SD card reader.
Why is a Brazilian company bringing back the old school console, you might ask? Well, because in Brazil, around 150,000 units of the SEGA Genesis still sell each year.
In addition to the likeness, TecToy’s Genesis has an integrated circuit which uses similar components to the original console.
It also comes with the classic three-button controller and 22 games in the memory.
Look for TecToy’s Genesis console to release in June 2017 for about $138 (R1, 856).