11. Sega Master SystemPros: It was the perfect size for our munchkin hands back then, and it could also be used as a controller for the Atari 7800 due to the connector pin compatibility.
Cons: Games always felt a bit…mushy on it. The control pad (labeled “CONTROL PAD”) felt like we were playing Double Dragon with the Braille system, and the raised nubs sanded our thumbs down after extended play sessions. And the buttons had too far of a travel time, adding to the imprecision.