The Polymega Modular Gaming Console will take you back to those halcyon days of sitting in front of the TV conquering video games. Retro games have become increasingly popular, but being able to play those games is difficult—unless you have the original console for those cartridges and CDs. You can go out and buy each one, or dig it out of storage, but soon your entertainment center would be overrun with systems. Polymega has the answer.
The Polymega Modular Gaming Console is essentially a docking station that connects to your TV. When it comes time to play those classic games you grew up on, you simply choose the corresponding module, dock it on the base, and you’re ready to go. Currently, Polymega offers four modules—a NES, SNES, Sega Genesis, and TurboGrafx-16. The base module is a CD drive that allows you to play Sega CD, TurboGrafx CD, Neo Geo CD, and PS1. For true retro players, each module has ports to allow you to plug in the original tethered controllers (each module comes with a matching wired gamepad if you don’t have the originals). Or, if you prefer, you can wireless models with the base unit’s gamepad.
Unlike other retro systems, the Polymega doesn’t rely solely on emulators to play the games. It does have a proprietary OS, but it also utilizes hardware to play the games (hence the need to switch out modules).
With Polymega, you can revisit days of conquering levels with the games you love.