We review products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Sega doesn’t make consoles anymore, and that means it doesn’t make controllers, either. The only third-party manufacturer with Sega’s blessing is Retro-Bit, and after playing with the company’s Sega Genesis and Saturn controllers, it’s easy to see why. These gamepads are faithful reproductions of the originals, with a set of shoulder buttons and USB connectivity. The Sega Genesis gamepad is available for $14.99 and comes in black or translucent blue, while the Saturn gamepad is $19.99 in opaque or translucent black. These controllers will definitely hit the nostalgia nerve of any 16-bit Sega fan and are practically vital accessories for the Sega Genesis Mini. We tested the opaque black versions of both the Genesis and Saturn gamepads, which will satisfy fans of their respective console. The Genesis pad is a classic, plump kidney bean-shaped controller, measuring 6.2 inches wide. It’s mostly matte black plastic, with glossy black plastic cutouts around the direction pad, face buttons, and the top where the USB cable is permanent...