On their about page, I noticed that they were formerly Majesco--the company who re-released the Game Gear and Genesis after they were dead--if I remember correctly.
Yes, they're legit if that's the case. The founder's initials are MS so I guess he's renamed the company after himself?
I'm several months late reacting to this, but what MSI Entertainment has on their About page is at odds with a few known facts. It's hard to reconcile the discrepancies. First of all, Majesco is still around, and still operating under the name "Majesco"; see their Twitter account
for recent activity. Majesco underwent a reverse merger at the end of 2016, after which it briefly exited the gaming industry, and then its assets were taken private in 2017 (its former NASDAQ symbol, COOL, is still held by the biotech company that briefly owned it) by former CEO Jesse Sutton. Jesse Sutton is one of the sons of Majesco founder Morris Sutton. That brings us to discrepancy #2: Morris
Sutton, not Moses Sutton as the MSI About page claims. Here's Morris Sutton's LinkedIn account
, which brings us to discrepancy #3: if MSI is the same thing as Majesco, then how is it that Morris Sutton was, as his LinkedIn account says, president and CEO of MSI starting in 2009, when Majesco was most definitely still operating as Majesco (note: the elder Sutton had left Majesco in 2006-2007 under shareholder pressure)?
I can't explain the strange revisionist history on MSI's About page, but they are not the same thing as
Majesco, merely founded and run by the same guy who founded and, for a time, ran Majesco. And, I don't know, maybe "Moses" is just a nickname? Or could whoever created MSI's website be so out of it that not only did they write "Jaus 2" and "© 2023" on its pages, but they even misspelled the name of the head of the company?