Pocket emulators for games of yore



There are emulators for both 8-bit and 16-bit platforms for some time now, but most of them run on more powerful devices such as computers and high-end cellphones. The OneStation Portable crams in all those emulated games into a GBA-sized cartridge that slots wonderfully into a GBA Micro-cloned design. You’ll be able to enjoy classics of yore with a 320 x 240 resolution color LCD display at extremely dirt cheap prices – retailing between $30 to $40. Even the game carts are so affordable, selling for just $5 or $6 a pop. Unfortunately, the game titles have been badly butchered by the scourge of Engrish, leaving you with Hally Poter Goblet of Fire, Beanty and the Beast, Tom and Jirry, Ninja Tutles and Marblr Madness.

Source: Technabob

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