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Hyperkin’s RetroN 5 gets delayed until 2014

14 Dec

retron 5


Earlier this year we reported the announcement of the RetroN 4, the multi-retro-compatible console by Hyperkin. But since then, the guys at the American manufacturer have continued developing, believing on the power of retrogaming (we love them!); so the RetroN 5 has been announced.

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Meet Project Unity, the 15-in-1 retro gaming console

15 Apr

Project Unity


Video game consoles modder Bacteria has unveiled his last creation. It’s named Project Unity and it is capable of playing 15 different video game formats.

The almost 20 kg multi console houses console boards for Atari 7800, Colecovision, SEGA Dreamcast, Nintendo GameCube (with GBA Player attached), Amstrad GX4000, Intellivision, SEGA Mega Drive, Nintendo 64, NeoGeo, NES, PSone, PS2, SEGA Master System, SEGA Saturn, Super Nintendo, and Turbo Grafx. So basically everything you’ll ever need to feed your retrogaming thirst.

Project Unity features something linke 300 metres of cable and around 3,000 hours of work lasts three years by its creator Bacteria. Here’s a video showing all the making of.

We know, Project Unity could be the ugliest thing you’ve ever seen, but damn, this bad boy really rock! And most important, there no emulation at all, the console is completely made with original parts! Awesome!

Bayonetta 2 will be released also on X360 and PS3

1 Apr

bayonetta 2

Platinum Games and SEGA revealed that the high-hyped upcoming Bayonetta 2 will be no longer a Nintendo exclusive! Indeed the witch will be back (still in TBA date) on all the platforms, so Wii U, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. This is an awesome news for alle the fans that not own a Wii U (but not so awesome for Nintendo)!

Seems like the decision is led by the poor sales of the Nintendo’s console, but maybe the real reasons for this sudden change of mind are still unknown. This is what a Platinum Games spokesman said earlier today:

“After seeing the very low sales of the Nintendo Wii U we decided -for the good of our game- to expand the availability of Bayonetta 2 also on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. This decison has been taken from both Platinum Games and SEGA, alongside with Nintendo, that anyway will maintain all the future DLCs as an exclusive for the Wii U.”