Knock-Off Consoles Take Real Game Cartridges
Rob Beschizza has spotted a curious thing at CES: several knock-off game consoles that accept actual game cartridges. That may seem logical at first glance, but considering that knock-off consoles have typically been bundled with hundreds of pirated games built-in, it's a bit peculiar to see these sorts of decks appear that seem aimed at legitimate game collectors. (Not that I have a problem with it! Someone needs to keep making old consoles even in this age of emulation.)
Even better? The systems take both 8-bit and 16-bit cartridges. One even mixes Genesis and NES!
CES 2008: Retro Console Clones Take Actual Cartridges
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