NES, Sega Return With “Dual Station”
Adults who abandoned gaming several console generations ago are in for a treat, with the release of the Gen-X Dual Station console. The console plays old games from both the original Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis- and is available at a price, $36.89 from VideoGameAction.com, considerably lower than today’s consoles.
According to the Web site Ubergizmo.com, the console comes with two A/V cables and a pair of controllers; it is aimed at those from the titular generation who miss the long-broken game systems of their youth.
The system will have competition, however, from the Nintendo Wii, which uses a “Virtual Console” feature that approximates several older systems.