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Retro Bit Generations Plug and Play Console with 100 Games £25.04 inc customs and shipping @ Amazon US

£25.04 @ Amazon US
Retro Bit Generations Plug and Play console with 100 games, 2 controllers. Alternative to hard-find Nintendo Mini Classic. Can be hacked to play other emulators/ROMS. Easier to set up than Rpi … Read More
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2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Retro Bit Generations Plug and Play console with 100 games, 2 controllers.

Alternative to hard-find Nintendo Mini Classic.

Can be hacked to play other emulators/ROMS. Easier to set up than Rpi

Price includes customs and shipping from Amazon.com

Retail at £69.99 on Amazon UK
joeydeacon Avatar
2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago
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#1
Seems to have very poor emulation reviews from Amazon US.
#2
Emulation is better on some games than others certainly
#3
Is it PAL output?
#4
HDMI
#6
heat added thanks op ,just ordered.
#7
forgot to say better than paying £150 odd for the nes that the kids will lose interest in after a week any way they wont be worrying about quality etc.
#8
You're welcome, I figure for £25 you can't go wrong, load up a few preferred games on an SD card (guidance on YouTube) and you're laughing
#9
Thanks for this. Is there not a UK plug though? I want this mainly to add GameBoy roms but the reviews on playback don't look good...
#10
Actually, the Amazon reviews say it's awful...
#11
superfreddy
Thanks for this. Is there not a UK plug though? I want this mainly to add GameBoy roms but the reviews on playback don't look good...


Will work fine with US to UK travel adaptor
#12
The reviews though...
#13
It's £25
1 Like #14
still a pi for me
#15
joeydeacon
It's £25


I know, but what's the point for £25 if it runs games terribly?
#16
Is there better alternatives?
#17
Not a) if you don't want to spend upwards of £100 on a NES mini (if you can find one) or b) haven't got the time, inclination or desire to be messing around with Rpi's or Linux

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