Review of the 4 new cartridges for the Evercade handheld. More info: https://www.evercade.co.uk & https://amzn.to/3k6Gb7W (Amazon affiliate link)
Xeno Crisis / Tanglewood
Atari Lynx Coll 1
Crystal Mines II
Dracula The Undead
Super Asteroids / Super Missile Command
Atari Lynx Coll 2
Todd’s Adventures in Slime World
The Oliver Twins Collection
Go Dizzy Go!
Super Robin Hood
I was sent a bunch of third party Nintendo Switch accessories to review over the past few months.
Genki Covert Dock https://amzn.to/2FFiyE7 (affiliate links)
Hyperkin Retro S64 Dock https://amzn.to/35F6eP8
EvoRetro Folding Stand https://amzn.to/2GQWlUg
8BitDo N30 Pro 2 Bluetooth gamepad https://amzn.to/32qMv3I
8BitDo SN30 Bluetooth gamepad https://amzn.to/32qMv3I
8BitDo SN30 Pro Bluetooth gamepad https://amzn.to/32qMv3I
Retro-Bit Sega Saturn 2.4Ghz Wireless https://amzn.to/2FqUpS7
Hori D-Pad Controller (L) https://amzn.to/33kOwxO
Super Nicktendo – The Nintendo Game and Watch is Nintendo’s first portable gaming system. First released in 1980 and discontinued in 1991, the Game & Watch features 47 different games over 11 different formats.
Nintendo has drummed up some interest in the Game And Watch lately with the announcement of the Super Mario Brothers Game and Watch that is due to release in November.
Game Sack – Episode 284 – Sony’s first portable system really tried to do things different. It seemed to focus more on giving players the premium home game experience on the go compared to having severely watered down ports and games. Let’s take a look at the system and a bunch of its games!
Today I’m reviewing the new Nintendo Switch cases and grips from Satisfye Gaming.
Today I review all 10 FIRST PERSON SHOOTERS on the mighty Sony PSP. Some are great…and some… not so much 😂
Coded Arms: Contagion
Call of Duty: Roads to Victory
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex
Brothers in Arms: D-Day
Peter Jackson’s King Kong
Medal of Honor: Heroes
Medal of Honor: Heroes 2
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas
Asphalt 9: Legends
Nickelodeon Kart Racers
Riptide GP Renegade
Gear.Club Unlimited 1 & 2
Horizon Chase Turbo
The Retro Champ tries to be the “Switch” for NES/Famicom cartridges, but sadly fails in many key areas. I wanna like it…but NOPE…
- good size, feels well built
- I like that there is a rechargeable battery
- turns on and boots up very quick
- Supports thousands of physical games
- Screen is not crisp at all. Looks like 240p footage instead of upscaled
- D-pad is a little shallow and mushy
- Has a death grip on your NES cartridge
- Famicom cartridges are very tough to get out because they’re flush with the system. You need to either use that special tool to push them out or another NES cartridge which is kind of weird and bad design
- colors washed out or overly saturated
- Aspect ratio cuts off the right side in 4 x 3
- Sound is off. Not emulated correctly
The Evercade is a new retro handheld that has its own cartridges with licensed games, protective cases and full color manuals. Will game collectors think this is madness…or perhaps genius?!
Amazon: https://amzn.to/2GAD320 (affiliate link)
More info: https://evercade.co.uk
John Hancock – While the Game Gear had over 300 releases worldwide, several titles were not released here in the USA. In this video, I take a look at a few of the titles that we never got(one that we did Popils), and give you a sample of some good import games you may want to consider playing.