Relive your childhood or educate yourself about the history of gaming with our favorite retro consoles
The best retro PC console is extremely cute, a lot of its games are still fun to play, and it supports save states and retro display options.
The best-value retro console comes with 120 built-in Atari 2600 games. We love the Atari Flashback's adorable paddle controllers, too.
While it's not as slick as some first-party retro consoles, we love this system's fantastic library, which includes a strong selection of lesser-known titles, like Side Arms and Wizard Fire.
Officially licensed and sturdily built, the Evercade comes with game collection cartridges that you can buy separately in order to build up a sweet retro selection.
The best retro console with 3D games boasts a beautiful miniature design. It also lets you play some of the most iconic games of the 32-bit era, including Final Fantasy VII, Metal Gear Solid, and Tekken 3.
If you're a SEGA fan from a time when Sonic had just arrived and the Biker Mice From Mars were still a thing on TV, this is the best retro game console for you.
Nintendo has knocked it out of the park by providing a library of essential games inside a faithful, adorable replica of the original SNES. This is a beautifully crafted system.