Analogue Mega Sg reviewed: cloning a Sega Genesis with FPGA power

It's fun to play on the F-P-G-A!

FPGAs are found in everything from medical devices to computer monitors. We'll explore whether Analogue's application of Altera's Cyclone V FPGA family in creating a pitch-perfect replica of the Sega Genesis might be the most fun use for the chips yet.
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