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  • Thais 11:10 am on December 5, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: christmas gifts, portable, , , x-mas   

    $80 bucks Super Nintendo Portable 

    Not a big fan of Nintendo new gadgets and portables neither willing to wait for Sony Vita? Hungry for something that you used to feel while playing that nowadays games fail to deliver but don’t have so much time to spent in front of a TV or emulator? None of the above, but still thinks Zelda: A Link to the Past is the best Zelda game ever?

    Worry not, my friend, because Hyperkin has just solved your problems. Which, by the way, you didn’t even knew you had before reading this. Remember the guy who transformed a full N64 into a portable system? Well, Hyperkin just did this for you. With the Super Nintendo. Yeap, I’m not joking. Yes, you can order it now. And no, I don’t know if its compatible with those tricky-dicky cartridges.

    But who cares? Shut up and take my money, Christmas style!

    [Spoted by Jordan Devore @ Destructoid]

  • Thais 10:11 pm on May 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , portable, treamcast   

    Dreamcast on the go 

    photo by Joystiq

    Everybody that consider himself a real gamer should have a Dreamcast. Period. You can say that this is just nostalgia rubbish or that its price is not worth it or even  that most of its games are over hyped, like Space Channel 5. But, for the sky above us and hell beneath us, you can’t overlook Sega’s last desperate struggle, as if the final breath of a colossus, in creating a console and good games. That happened way before Sega’s contemporary politics of letting their stars, like Sonic, in a trolley falling down the hill on slippery rails (without breaks), when it seemed that creating good videogames still meant something to the company. So, yeah, just as a proof of this time, you should have a Dreamcast.

    If you believed my words and is considering about buying a, if not two, Dreamcast, good new to you: I didn’t got any cheaper but, at least, it is now easier to play. PachimonTV is giving you this opportunity of having a portable Dreamcast at the not very affordable price of ¥38,000 ($469USD). If you don’t love the idea, there is always the chinese version of it called Treamcast, which, among other things, also read CD-Rs and play MP3s and Video CDs with special software and, of course, was not licensed by Sega. If you prefer not to cross the copyright line but is still interested in playing Shenmue on the go and don’t mind in spending also a handful in doing so, there is also Pandora, that for the trifle of $500USD alows you to emulate many classic consoles on a open software basis.

  • Thais 8:02 am on January 27, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Next Generation Portable, NGP, , portable, , PSP2,   

    New PSP goes official and respond to NGP 

    photo by Joystiq

    Much have been said [and leaked] about what would be of the PSP heir, the so-called PSP2, though out this last months. Truth is that only today [January 27th] Sony has officially revealed what it will be of the portable and is quite different from the expected.

    Differences begin with the name, the new PSP is been called by Sony as NGP, or “Next Generation Portable” Entertainment System. Also, the new hardware features both a front touchscreen 5-inch OLED display (960×544 resolution — 4x the PSP’s) and rear touchpad, front and rear cameras, 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. The complete specs are in the bottom of this article. (More …)

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