RetroN Sq ... a TV platform for Game Boy games
RetroN Sq ... a TV platform for Game Boy games

Hyperkin is preparing to release a new and old RetroN Sq platform that lets you play Game Boy games on TV.

The company is known for making gaming peripherals, but it also makes various versions of the platform that allow you to play old games with modern precision.

Until recently, the gaming industry had little enthusiasm for older platforms.

While the shapes of these clones are generally smaller than the original design, making it possible to recreate and recreate games of the past, they are largely limited to the few games chosen by the manufacturer.

Game Boy was one of the first mobile gaming platforms at the time. As long as the AA battery lasts to work, most young players can watch TV for several hours.

Although the gaming platform has undergone major changes, that does not mean that the Game Boy platform is dead, especially if companies like Hyperkin prepare to maintain its dynamism.

Unlike handheld Game Boy series, RetroN Sq Square platform, which can be used to play Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance games, must be connected to TV.

The platform contains one wired USB controller called Scout, which is similar in shape to the SNES platform, and on the back of the platform is a microSD card slot that can be used to update the system firmware.

RetroN Sq is connected to the TV via HDMI and the game has been updated to 720p instead of a composite video connection. There is also a switch that allows you to change the aspect ratio to 4: 3 or 16: 9 depending on your preference.

On this platform, you can play Game Boy and Game Boy color cartridges on this PC. Game Boy Advance games are listed as beta features, but compatible Game Boy Advance games are not affected.

Hyperkins RetroN Sq will launch on March 25 for $ 75. You can order the platform first through the Hyperkin website.

The platform is available in two colors: black gold and superstrand, which looks more like turquoise.

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