18. Juni 2009

Pocket Retro Game Emulator

Diesen Emulator möchte ich euch nicht vorenthalten! Der Pocket Retro Game Emulator ist ähnlich groß wie der Gameboy Micro. Spielt allerdings NES, SNES, GBA, Sega Genesis und Neo Geo ROMs ab. Die Spiele können in den bereits integrierten 4 GB Speicher geladen werden. Eine Mirco SD Schnittstelle zur Erweiterung ist vorhanden.

Thinkgeek schreibt folgendes zur Emulator:
What you really care about is gaming of course. So how are the controls? Quite good actually. The d-pad on the left is precise enough to pull off some Street Fighter moves and you get four control buttons on the right as well as two shoulder buttons. This is more than enough to manage anything an 8-bit or 16-bit console game can dish out. The buttons are completely reconfigurable to your fancy should you not like the default assignments. Plus you can pause a game anywhere you like, take a full memory dump and store it. This means you can essentially "save" anywhere you like and come back to that exact moment in the game later.

Der Pocket Retro Game Emulator kann für 99$ bestellt werden. Allerdings sind die kleinen Teile bereits vergriffen. Man kann sich allerdings auf Thinkgeek vormerken lassen, wenn eine neue Lieferung erfolgt :)

Kommentare:

  1. Der Hammer! :) Lustig ist die Thinkgeek Beschreibung, wie man an Roms kommt...

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  2. Stimmt *g*

    "But ThinkGeek" you ask "where can I procure such old skool gaming roms to load onto the Pocket Retro Game Emulator?". Well young hardcore gamer, we hear tell of a mystical soothsayer whose name is "Google". Upon entering such phrases as "NES roms" or "SNES roms" a person may be directed to easily download such roms. But keep in mind that our attorneys do not approve of such behavior and the above statement is likely completely untrue. In fact you should probably forget about this whole conversation. A handheld gaming system that can play all your favorite old classic console games? Nope. Just too good to be true.

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