It's a shame we haven't seen too many higher-end asic game sytems.
I haven't seen one yet that outputs RGB or better. This is more an effect of the price point they're aimed at than anything, I suppose.
Naturally, the FPGA systems, being far more expensive devices, tend to have nice video options.
Since Mike doesn't want to patch, why's he doing FPGA at all? Throw an asic in each cart and be done with it...
Or heck, throw 'the big three' asics in the system and basically create a 'super retro trio' that costs more, has far fewer games and comes in limited edition, transparent jag shells.
Edited by Reaperman, Sat Feb 20, 2016 4:50 PM.