Tag Archives: SNES

Pound Challenger SNES HD Clone Review

The Challenger is another SNES clone console that allows you to play your classic SNES games on both a classic/modern TV set with AV and HDMI hookups. Priced at $49.99, includes two wired controllers, 4:3/16:9 aspect ratio switch, as well as a PAL/NTSC region switch. In this video, I do an unboxing, test various games, and give my thoughts on this how the console functions.

Super Nintendo LifeCycle Exertainment Bike — An Exercise Bike for the SNES!

Exertainment is a tricky subject, because although my focus is on Nintendo and the Exertainment Bike in this video, they were far from the only (or earliest) company to combine digital games and exercise. I wanted to expand and talk about the unreleased Atari Puffer, or some of the equipment made without partnering with a video game giant like the Autodesk High Cycle, but I pretty quickly realized I could get stuck in entertainment research for a year if I were to cover too many things.

I won the bike in the live auction at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo 2017 from a friend of mine who runs an online store [https://www.theplace4gamers.com/] and pretty quickly realized I have no room for it either…so it currently lives in the back room of my store.

Analogue Super Nt – A SNES clone worth $190?!?

The SNES is one of the greatest consoles of all time and the Analogue Super Nt attempts to be the next evolution of the hardware engineered with an FPGA, no emulation and a goal for total accuracy. But does it live up to the hype? Here is my review!

MORE INFO: https://www.analogue.co

** DISCLOSURE: I was sent two units for review, but this video was NOT sponsored and no one reviewed the video before release. The opinions are my own **

Super Nintendo Component Cables Without a Mod???

HD Retrovision has provided a hassle free solution to get a quality picture out of your standard Super Nintendo Console. I showcased some comparison video between the standard AV cables that the Super NES was packaged with, and the component cables. The cables shown in this video work with the original SNES console only, not the smaller SNES re release or a N64.
Link to where to buy them: https://shop.hdretrovision.com

A Portable SNES – SupaBoy S Review: Is it New & Improved?!

Hyperkin updated their popular SupaBoy S which is a portable Nintendo SNES handheld console that plays real cartridges. This is my review.

BUY SupaBoy S Here: http://www.hyperkinlab.com

FEATURES:
NTSC – PAL region switch
4.3 inch screen
Rechargeable Li-Ion battery with 10 hours of battery life
TV out via AV cable
Dual original SNES controller support
Adjustable brightness button
Crystal clear stereo sound with 3.5 mm headphone jack
Micro USB charge port

* Hyperkin did send me this unit, but this was NOT a paid review or advertisement. The opinions in this video are mine alone.