The Sega Genesis Mini looks like it’s going to be the real-deal as far as high-quality all-in-one classic consoles go. With 40 games, two controllers, an AC adapter packed into the box, and authentic 1990s styling, it’s looking closer to the NES Classic and Super NES Classic than it is to the PS Classic.
There’s one slight problem, though. In spite of the fact some of the games announced for Sega Genesis Mini are almost unplayable on the traditional 3-button controller, the superior 6-button controller isn’t available with the US Sega Genesis Mini. The Japanese Mega Drive Mini has a pair right in the box, but here in the States, we’re stuck with 50% fewer controller buttons.