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After what feels like a lifetime of waiting, the Polymega console is finally a solid reality, and we were lucky enough to be sent a unit as part of the company's ongoing beta testing phase.

The system formerly known as RetroBlox has come under fire over the past few years following a series of design changes and delays, but we can indeed confirm that this retro wonder-console is indeed a real thing – and we're currently putting it through its paces ahead of posting our hands-on impressions.

Given the high amount of interest surrounding the system, we wanted to ask you – our dear readers – if you had any pressing questions we can address in our review. Is there any element of the system you're unsure of? Is there a particular feature you'd like to know more about, or a game you'd like us to test (assuming we have access to it)?

The key thing to note at this stage is that we've only been sent the base unit, which means we can only test (and give our opinion on) the performance of CD-based games. That means PlayStation, Saturn, Mega CD, Neo Geo CD and PC Engine CD (that's right – not a single Nintendo format! Egads!). We've been told that the cartridge modules are on the way and we'll hopefully be able to include our impressions of those at a later date.

So there you have it – the floor is open to you. Ask away!

This article was originally published by nintendolife.com on Tue 28th July, 2020.