Say hello to the A500 Mini.
Nintendo might not have been the first company to dream up the notion of the ‘mini’ console, but it has arguably been the most successful, thanks to its massively popular NES and SNES Classic Editions.
Since then, we’ve seen the likes of Sega, SNK, Konami and Taito join the micro-console club, but there have also been some mini-systems based on home computers, like the ZX Spectrum and C64. The latter, made by UK-based company Retro Games, is about to get a successor, proving that there’s still some mileage left in the micro-console market.
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