The upcoming  “Mega Sg” powered by the same Altera Cyclone V FPGA is capable of playing every single European, North American and Japanese Mega Drive game out of the box, and – via special cartridge adapters – can also play Master System, Mark III, SG-1000 and Game Gear software. Company Analogue is now setting its sights on recreating and upgrading Sega’s classic game consoles. The $189 Mega Sg, shipping April 2019, promises full FPGA-driven, HDMI-powered support for a bevy of early Sega cartridges. The Altera Cyclone V has been instrumental to the success of many analogue’s consoles and is also in the Amiga Vampire accelerators by the Apollo team.

More news: Generation Amiga magazine