The Genesis machine includes snippets from better-known games like Golden Axe, Out Run and Space Harrier. The Taito kit, meanwhile, is more about deep cuts — there’s recognizable titles like Darius, but you might not be as familiar with titles like Kikikaikai or Metal Black.
Both components will be available through Nintendo’s eShop starting July 11th. It’s not certain how much they’ll cost. Unless the pricing is completely outlandish, though, it’ll likely be a small price to pay if you want to create chiptune-like compositions without resorting to exotic hardware.