SEGA News Bits: Bluetooth SEGA Genesis, Saturn and Dreamcast Controllers Reaction

We have finally gotten around to talking about all the cool retro SEGA products that Retro-Bit had at this year’s CES 2018. On this episode of the SEGA News Bits we take a look at all the retro SEGA controllers shown at the event, our thoughts on the announced products and even pitch some retro gaming accessories and controllers we’d like to see Retro-Bit create. So give the video a watch and let us know in the comments what you think of all the upcoming retro SEGA controllers.

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4 responses to “SEGA News Bits: Bluetooth SEGA Genesis, Saturn and Dreamcast Controllers Reaction

  1. Molul says:

    I wish they announced the price and release date of every controller. Guess we’ll have to wait 🙂

    At least they exist, and they’re coming this year, hopefully before summer.

  2. itsstillthinking says:

    The memory idea actually has some issues, there is actually a limit to the vmu as it is stored in 16 bits so it would have to be under 32mb and even then almost all dreamcast games would have compatibility issues as they are not designed for the added space, that’s the main reason the 4x memory card is basically 4 memory cards. Also for the BBA its honestly not necessary anymore (might sound bad from a guy who own’s it) but the DreamPi is is just a better option as its only around 40 bucks and is compatible with all 16 games that are online so far

  3. Dennis Livingston says:

    I question what the quality of the d-pads, looks are one thing but whether they have the same mechanism and match the feel of the 6-button genesis/model2 saturn controller is another. Haven’t had a d-pad as good as that since.

  4. Versus says:

    Big question for me is:
    Will the Bluetooth ones work with sega’s own megadrive titles on android?

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