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Polymega's modular, retro gaming system gets closer to production

The system will go up for pre-order later this summer.
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Individual NES, SNES, Genesis, and TurboGrafx modules shown.

Individual NES, SNES, Genesis, and TurboGrafx modules shown.

Formerly known as Retroblox, Polymega's modular, retro gaming system is finally getting closer to the finish line with a pre-order announcement and firm pricing details. The system itself has stayed the same. A base unit lets you insert different modules for different systems and a CD drive is built into the base for CD-based gaming. The company plans to open up pre-orders later this summer for the base unit, which will cost $249 while swappable modules will cost $59. Polymega hopes to ship units shortly thereafter. 


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