Play your old NES, SNES and Genesis cartridges on the Super Retro Trio Console

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We all get the urge to boot up some retro gaming action and if you happen to have some old game cartridges laying around the Super Retro Trio would be the place to play them.

While emulators are fun, there is nothing like snapping in a game cartridge and watching your old favourites come back to life on your TV screen in all their 8-16 Bit glory. The issue with that though is that a) most old game systems no longer work b) Most modern TV’s don’t have the old antenna in cable.

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Help is at hand though! The Super Retro Trio takes the internals of the NES, SNES and Genesis (Mega Drive if you’re from the UK) and places them all in one retro inspired box. The $70 device allows you to play your old cartridges via the 3 slots in the top, and you can even use the original game pads if you have those too!

Gameboy fans can rejoice too as there will also be a Gameboy Advanced adapter available too!

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  1. murak
    February 18, 2014

    Wasn’t Mega Drive only called Genesis in the US? Looks like a sweet retro machine though!

    • February 18, 2014

      Could have been, thought it was just in the UK the name was changed.

      • Sevenator
        February 18, 2014

        Megadrive is the name of the Genesis in the whole world except in America (continent)due to patent problems.

        For the rest of the world and Brazil it´s was Sega Mega Drive 😉

  2. February 18, 2014

    Guess what… Bought an ultra cheap NES clone just 2 weeks back! But yeah I could do with this.

  3. Fel
    February 18, 2014

    Hm sweet…mega man and FIFA on MD and SNES…. nice. but how is it in terms of region codes of cadridges and Hz. since US and EU use different signals eg hertz and techologie for TVs …or at least back those sweet days…pal secam and all that rubbish

  4. guiom
    February 18, 2014

    where buy it ?