Let's be honest, no matter how far technology takes us in the gaming world, it's hard not hold a sense of nostalgia for retro-styled consoles. The Coleco Chameleon is just this, an old-school gaming console that doesn't require costly upgrades to unlock content, but rather uses a non-upgradeable cartridge - not unlike the ones used in the '80s and '90s.
Back in the day, Coleco made handhelds and mini-arcades for some of our favorites including Pac-Man and Donkey Kong, amongst a bunch of other gaming classics.
Also given the name Retro VGS as of last year, the gaming connoisseurs have unveiled a Kickstarter campaign in order to get the funds to produce the console, which kicks off on February 26. Set to be priced at $135 USD, this will include everything from the system, one USB controller, HDMI cable, AC adapter and game.
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