RetroBlox Upcoming Modular Game Console Apparently Will Modernize Retro Games
RetroBlox, Inc., a California-based specialty developer, producer, and manufacturer of next-generation video game related products, reportedly has introduced recently what it said to be the future generation modular retro game console. Apparently, it has Element Modules compatible with real retro game cartridges for systems like NES, optical disc drive compatible with CD games for systems like PSX, and connectivity that is at par with current gen consoles.
In a recent release by RetroBlox, accordingly gaming enthusiasts are faced with a tough choice when it comes to retro games, like experiencing only a subsection of popular games made for current generation platforms, the of use original game hardware and displays from long ago to play in a specialized game room, or the need to resort to unlawful means in experiencing past games through copied roms and emulators.
Reportedly, the RetroBlox console solves this problem authoritatively by providing a modern, unified platform for digital retro gaming and is also committed to extraordinary modular support for original console game media and hardware peripherals.
It is further said in the release that the console will modernized retro games from their original resolution to full HD 1080p, seamless for the living room. Additionally, according to the release, crystal clear pixels will offer delight viewing to some players. Furthermore, a group of virtual displays that model the look, feel, geometry and tone of the classic displays from past games will be appreciated by those who prefer the look of older TV's from the 70's, 80's and 90's.
According to DigitalTrends, the RetroBlox console also provides players access to personalized digital collections featuring scanned cartridge media, along with Facebook and Twitter integration for sharing collection updates. The device reportedly also offers streaming support via Twitch and YouTube. However, accordingly the release date for the RetroBlox module is not yet revealed.