As modern gaming continues to evolve with graphic-intensive titles and rich gameplays, a big section of gamers is still clinging on to the good-old days.
With emulation at its very best and piracy on a whole new high, people are reliving their youth, playing their favourite games from the past on a decently configured PC.
People are downloading emulators and their ROMs for playing games of their choice. The process is quite easy, but then there are some who prefer buying ready-made gaming systems.
These systems deliver a curated gaming experience with a plethora of games you love. They sometimes carry a sizeable price tag, but then the gaming level is also ecstatic.
That said, people have started using compact computers as a way of catering retro gamers. These systems are being sold at cheap prices with scores of old titles pre-bundled on SD cards.
The sale numbers are going sky-high and as one could expect, this doesn’t board well with veteran game developers and piracy watchdogs.
Nintendo And BREIN Against Retro Gaming Systems
One such case comes from the Netherlands, where Nintendo and other biggies are taking action against the sellers of pirate gaming systems.
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