Retro-bit Brings New Ways To Play Old Games At CES 2018

Retro-bit is known for bringing back old-school gaming in new ways, and at

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Holy Diver

The original Famicom game Holy Diver never got an official release outside of Japan, but Retro-bit will bring a licensed version of it which will release this May. The standard edition will be $35 and the collector’s edition, which comes with a special box, pins, and stickers, will be $60.

Wireless Sega Controllers

The Sega Genesis, Saturn, and Dreamcast controllers return thanks to Retro-bit’s partnership with Sega. Bluetooth wireless versions will be available, but price and release date haven’t been set yet. These gamepads are compatible with PC, Mac, and Android, but a separate dongle to use these with their original consoles will be available.

For more on CES 2018, be sure to check out our roundup of the best gaming hardware at the show or our feature on the Game Boy remake called the Ultra GB; we also got hands-on time with the new HTC Vive Pro and 65-inch Nvidia gaming monitor at the show.

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