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Playmaji – the company behind the Polymega console – has been teasing some big news for this month, but it has now had to push its "massive" announcement back to the end of February.

For those of you who aren't aware, the Polymega is an all-in-one solution for retro gamers and plays cartridges and CDs for a wide range of systems via software emulation. Physical games can be played using 'Element Modules', which are sold separately from the base unit. You can download your games to internal storage to create a library of vintage classics.

Polymega launched some time ago, but production issues have meant that many people who laid down their cash still haven't received a unit. Playmaji recently stated that production numbers were as low as 50 units a month due to component shortages.

We already know that the console is getting an N64 modulepre-orders opened recently for that. It's also known that the system is getting a light gun that works on modern televisions.

So, what could this news be? Playmaji has previously stated that it wants to create a Virtual Console-style digital marketplace on the Polymega that will allow companies to monetize their retro games, so there's a chance that could be the news. Or maybe we'll be seeing another Element Module revealed? Let us know your predictions below.

[source twitter.com]