Old-school becomes new-school with Innex's Super Retro Trio

3:44 PM, Apr 30, 2013   |    comments
Innex's Super Retro Trio plays old-school NES, SNES, GENESIS, and GBA games.
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Fans of retro video games will soon have a new multi-format gaming console on which to play them thanks to video game hardware company Innex.  Just announced, the Super Retro Console and Adapter by Retro-bit provide brand-new hardware with which gamers can play old-school games for NES, SNES, GENESIS, and GBA. 

"Old-school is new-school when it comes to playing nostalgia games," states Innex President, Titi Ngoy.  "Our exclusive line of Retro-bit game consoles are awesome for any gamer, no matter what their age."

Ngoy cites what he calls "a huge appetite" for 8- and 16-bit video games and anticipates a large demand for the console thanks to the large library of already-available games for the Super Retro Trio.

The Super Retro Trio is equipped with three cartridge slots, six ontroller ports compatible with original or third party controllers, two 16-bit game controllers, an S-video connection, an AC adapter, and an AV cable.  Innex will be listing the console at $69.99 USD.

An adapter will be released along with the console to allow for the playing of original GBA game cartridges directly on the SNES or any third party 16-bit console.  The Super Retro Adapter comes equipped with a GBA link cable port for connecting of as many as three Game Boy Advance systems to allow for 4-way gaming.  The link cable itself is not included.  Innex is listing this item for $39.99 USD.

Retro gamers wanting both will be able to purchase both the console and the adapter together as the Super Retro Bundle for $89.99 USD.

Innex will be showing the Super Retro Trio at this year's E3 in Los Angeles, which takes place June 11 through 13.


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