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.
Modern Vintage Gamer –
The Sony PlayStation Vita was discontinued in 2019, but that does not mean its dead. In this episode we look at what makes the Vita so great, mod the system and discuss some of the best homebrew for the system to enhance it even further in 2020.
Here are my favorite game related PICKUPS of 2019. These aren’t all necessarily rare or expensive, but just some of my personal favorites throughout the year.
Here is my 3DS game collection. Most of these games are still available at GameStop, so snag them NOW while you still can!
With only 4 colors, the original Nintendo Game Boy was capable of some amazing things. Here is how the graphics subsystem – known as the PPU or Pixel Processing Unit worked
Playdate is a new handheld gaming system from MacOS software developer Panic. It’s built around two concents. If you purchase the system, a new game will appear on it every Monday for 12 weeks, and it has a unique control scheme: a small crank. The Playdate is also a designed to be an open system, Panic will continue to develop and sell games, but anyone can produce and even sell software for the Playdate.
Visit: http://www.evercade.co.uk Evercade is a brand new handheld console with unique multi-game retro cartridges from leading games publishers and console platforms. Currently confirmed publishers: Namco Museum, Atari, Interplay, Data East, Piko Interactive and Mega Cat Studios. Games include: Pac-Man, Earthworm Jim 1+2, Dig Dug 1+2, Asteroids, Galaxian, Galaga, Centipede, Splatter House 2+3 and 100 more! Features: • Supports 8 and 16 bit games (retro games!) • Collectable, with an ever increasing library of games on the unique Evercade Cartridge (with 6 – 20 games per cartridge) • HDMI connectivity to connect to your TV – with up-scaled graphics to HD – your retro games will look stunning on your big screen TV! • 4.3” screen (the same size as a PSP) – with great viewing angles for use in every environment • Selectable 4:3 or 16:9 screen ratios (traditional retro ‘square’ or widescreen) – play the games how you remembered them (in a square) or in a modern widescreen layout – filling the screen! • Supports saving and loading your game at any point – gives you the ability to enjoy some of those super hard retro classics without the fear of having to start again from the beginning • 4-5 hour battery life – a solid battery life plus you can play and charge if you want to keep going!
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Developer Woozle teamed up with Game-Tech.us to make a console version of the GBA with 720p HDMI output, zero lag and tons of customization options. MORE INFO: https://www.game-tech.us/product/gba-consolizer/
For over 20 years the portable video game market was dominated entirely by Nintendo, with almost no real competition in sight. That is, until Sony releases the powerhouse PlayStation and PlayStation 2. Accumulating massive market share, and then creating their own handheld; the PSP. We take a deep dive into the history of PSP. From its initial hype and release, to its steady decline with piracy and the DS leading the way.