Even before the release of the NES Classic, which hit shelves recently (if there are any even left), gamers have always had the itch to play games that they grew up with. Which is why the RetroEngine Sigma might be some stiff competition for Nintendo’s newly-released retro gaming system.
The Sigma promises to have a wide variety of games from different gaming consoles spanning generations, 27 different systems to be precise. The Sigma will ship with fifteen pre-installed games, right out of the gate. That’s just the tip of the iceberg, too. The Sigma is promising a hefty amount of easy user interface with its Plug’n Play installer allowing users to download, configure and install any of their favorite emulators.
With two built in USB ports, Wi-Fi accessibility and Bluetooth capabilities, the Sigma is looking promising indeed. Oh, did I mention that it also functions as a full mini computer, that’s as easy as connecting a keyboard and mouse, or even your Smartphone?
While still in its backing phase, being a crowdfunded project the Sigma seems well worth it for any gamer. Check it all out on the Sigmas official crowdfunding page.