Everything old is new again. The retro craze hit the video game business this fall. Just check out eBay to see how popular old school games are. That’s also about the only way to get the new NES Classic, a $60 console now selling for hundreds of dollars. And while there are plenty of old games currently available on your smartphone or tablet, nothing beats connecting a console to your big screen HD or 4K TV and playing with friends on the couch. That’s right, the internet wasn’t a factor in gaming back in the ‘80s and ‘90s, so prehistoric gamers actually had to sit next to friends and share a screen. Here’s a roundup of cool new systems that celebrate classic gaming.