WATCH | Innex, Inc., a distributor of novelty gaming items and accessories, is providing exclusive devices that are making old games available for play.
The company serves as the sole distributor for devices designed by Retro-Bit, specializing in old school games. The Super Retro Boy , for example, is an emulator that can play all Game Boy titles (Game Boy, the Game Boy Color, and the Game Boy Advance).
The device will retail for $80 in July, making it highly cost effective if one does not own the original Game Boy handhelds. It will also come with 10 games.
The Retro-Bit Generations console comes preloaded with over 100 games and can plug directly into a television through either an HDMI or AV connection.
For those looking to play on the move, there is also a portable version available for purchase.
They even have a giant version of a NES controller available. And, yes, it is fully functional.
The gaming field is filled with nonstop innovation. Virtual reality is becoming a trend and new devices are being announced regularly.
In light of these advancements in modern gaming, however, Innex and Retro-Bit are working to see that these old titles are far from forgotten.
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