Retro Consoles


Launched in Japan as the Famicom in 1983, the NES racked up over 60 million unit sales worldwide

NES Homepage


The Master System lived in the shadow of the NES and MD but has still sold 20 million units (and counting...)

MS Homepage


Known also as the Super Famicom, the SNES put Nintendo back in the game. A whopping 50 million units sold worldwide

SNES Homepage


Still Sega's best ever console. This 16-bit monster (also known as the Genesis) sold 35 million units worldwide in various formats

MD Homepage


Atari's last ever console sold only 250,000 units and is now experiencing a mini revival via the homebrew scene

Jaguar Homepage

Sega Saturn

Sega's penultimate console sold over 9 million units but (arguably) lived in the shadow of the PlayStation

Saturn Homepage


Sega's last ever console sold a similar number of units to the Saturn but didn't get the acclaim it deserved thanks in part to the PS2

Dreamcast Homepage

Play Station

Sony's monster broke Sega and Nintendo's stranglehold and video gaming hasn't been the same since, selling over 100 million units worldwide

PlayStation Homepage


Sony's second console is widely acknowledged as the greatest selling console of all time with over 155 million units sold worldwide

PS2 Homepage