Plug and Play TV Game - 64 Games £8.99 [save £10] @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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* Simply plug this tiny all in one console and controller into your television and select one of the 64 games and start playing. Rock on.
* Size (H)17.5, (W)10, (D)5cm.
* Black.
* Requires 4 x AA batteries (not included).
* For ages 6 years and over.
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#1
Does anyone have this? I know it's likely to have a bunch of NES knock off games on it but wondered if anyone had any more info?
#2
Pile of junk
#3
I can't believe they still make things like this, who buys them?
#4
Stop moaning folks, ideal to take on holiday or something or to give a younger child, or even use it in your car on a portable dvd player
#5
i bet the batterys dont last long on this..id buy one if it could be plugged into the wall but it seems pointless to have it battery powered..shame i love retro games ill stick with my neogeo
#6
List of games include uncharted 2 ,assasins creed 2 , modern warfare 2 , and a few others
#7
This does have Modern Warfare 2 on it, unfortunately it doesn't work online and it's called Sound of Responsibility: Modern Warefare 2 for some reason.
#8
adrian96
Pile of junk


Based on personal experience? Can you be a little more specific. As it stands your comment is meaningless.
#9
The Taikee 8009A is all the rage in Guangdong, Cliff Chiu be belited to halp:

http://www.alibaba.com/product-gs/233749238/Video_games_64_in_1_plug_and_play.html
#10
nice if all the arcade machine maufactures got together and made one just like the mame emulator
or someone made one and you could get an atari cartridge a capcom cartridge etc...
or even download the roms from legal sites to a memory card
as the games are only tiny ie some are only kilobytes and take less than a second to download
that would be awesome playing out run and pacland on a big lcd screen with scanlines of course
[COLOR=red]EDIT[/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]oh if i remember rightly they did and still do its called a gamepark 32[/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]a new one is out which looks really cool[/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]should play all the emulators ie[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#ff0000][COLOR=royalblue]mame, nes,sega master system, snes, [/COLOR][/COLOR][COLOR=royalblue]megadrive/genesis, gameboy, atari lynx, atari jaguar, N64,playstation[/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]you will need to double check with google that it plays them all but cant see no reason why it cant,[/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]the new one is called Gp2x Wiz Handheld Linux Game Console from this link below[/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]http://www.gp2xstore.com/gp2x-wiz-handheld-linux-game-console.html[/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]i know its a usa site but would of thought some uk sites will do them. bit pricey though at $150 although you will never have to buy a game for it[/COLOR]
#11
scoot

[COLOR=royalblue]a new one is out which looks really cool[/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]should play all the emulators ie[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#ff0000][COLOR=royalblue]mame, nes,sega master system, snes, [/COLOR][/COLOR][COLOR=royalblue]megadrive/genesis, gameboy, atari lynx, atari jaguar, N64,playstation[/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]you will need to double check with google that it plays them all but cant see no reason why it cant,[/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]the new one is called Gp2x Wiz Handheld Linux Game Console from this link below[/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]http://www.gp2xstore.com/gp2x-wiz-handheld-linux-game-console.html[/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]i know its a usa site but would of thought some uk sites will do them. bit pricey though at $150 although you will never have to buy a game for it[/COLOR]


Or, if you own a PSP thats pre 3000 series you could spend 85 seconds modifying the firmware and run most of the above on your PSP for free and take it with you anywhere.
As well as playing MAME stuff, Super Mario 64, NES, SNES, Megadrive and PCEngine games amongst others, I also still have the occasional game of Chuckie Egg and Manic Miner on my PSP (jesus Im showing my age here, and taking this thread dangerously off course!)

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