Touted as the world's "most compatible" games console, the Polymega is now available to pre-order from the official website (note: the site is currently down due to the sheer demand for the device). To coincide with the system's availability, the team behind it has released a launch trailer, which also reveals Sega Saturn...
NES! Genesis! TurboGrafx! SNES!
Polymega - the console formerly known as RetroBlox - is one of the most exciting pieces of retro hardware on the horizon. Unlike other examples, it uses special modules which enable it to play a wide range of vintage games. The catch is that each of these modules has to be purchased separately, but the selection...
More news coming this year
Polymega - which began life as RetroBlox - is a name we haven't heard much of over the past few months. The modular system aims to offer support for several key vintage gaming formats using removable sections which house the interface for each console's media and controllers. It's a really interesti
Clue: it's a bit of a MEGA SHOCK
Polymega - the modular retro gaming system formerly known as RetroBlox - is shaping up to be an incredibly interesting piece of kit. It supports various retro systems via modules which come with cartridge slots and controller ports for that particular console, and these bolt onto the base unit which also
A new supported CD format will be announced next week
A short time ago we reported on RetroBlox, the world's first modular HD retro gaming system. Designed to support a wide range of games via swappable modules - including CD-based systems, which is quite unique - RetroBlox will be hitting Kickstarter soon, but it will have a new name: Polymega...
"For the people who are speculating $300, it won't be nearly that much"
The announcement of RetroBlox (now known as Polymega) came as something of a surprise a few weeks ago, but in many ways this proposed system is a logical evolution in the growing "clone" hardware market. Built around modularity, RetroBlox aims to offer the benefits of...
Support for carts, CDs and much more besides
Playing retro games on clone hardware isn't anything new, but California-based RetroBlox (now known as Polymega) - founded by industry veterans Bryan Bernal and Eric Christensen - is aiming to blow systems like the Retron 5 and