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Playmaji is looking to bring its modular retro-gaming console to market


Tucked away in a far nook of the West Pavilion of the Los Angeles Conference heart among the many unbiased sport builders showcased by IndieCade throughout E3 is a small sales space demonstrating the most recent Polymega hardware, a tool that’s billing itself because the NES Traditional for each old-school sport launched on each old-school gaming platform.

The corporate that’s making the system first debuted last year as Retroblox, and whereas its title has modified (it’s now known as Playmaji) and its has gotten extra refined, the imaginative and prescient stays very a lot the identical.

Playmaji debuted the brand new system and its consumer interface final yr at E3 and it’s again once more this yr to tout its new pricing and drum up assist for a pre-order marketing campaign — even because it tries to lift cash to license video games from publishers.