As children growing up, the main VGA we had were 16-bit. Yes, we are discussing the days before the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Furthermore, guess what? Those were the days. We feel that advanced diversion comforts now just think about the illustrations and what number of individuals you can damage on MW3 and the essential guideline of appreciating shortsighted diversions is presently a relic of times gone by.
Back in the 80s and 90s, retro consoles were about getting the arcade to your own home and with games like Streets of Rage, Sonic and Mario you were entertained for a considerable length of time.
For some genuine nostalgia see our main ten retro game consoles and to vote down below if you don’t agree.
#10 Sega Saturn