Retro Freak Premium with Travel Power Adapter
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- For all collectors and retro fans
- Supports Games for 11 Legacy Consoles!
- HDMI output and 720p upscaling
- Transfer Original cartridge Data into SD Card For a Digital Archive
- Advanced Emulator Options including multiple save states, filters, cheat codes, and more!
- Upgradeable firmware
- Includes controller adaptor for Famicom, Super Famicom, Sega Genesis, and TurboGrafx controllers.
descriptionTime to play all the games! This incredible device from Cyber Gadget claims to to support original games from the Famicom, SNES, Mega Drive/Genesis, PC Engine, TurboGrafx-16, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color, and Supergrafx!
Here is the real kicker: the Retro Freak will also allow you rip and install all these games from the cartridge onto the console with the use of an SD card! The device also has an HDMI output and supports 720p upscaling, instant saving, and cheat codes for certain games.
The actual console comes in two main parts: the largest piece is actually the cartridge adaptor while the smaller workhorse hides underneath emulating all your favorite old school titles.
Both versions (Standard & Premium) also ship with a SNES-style controller, but it will also work with both modern gamepads such as the DualShock 3 and DualShock 4. The Premium version also ships with the controller adaptor that supports Famicom, Super Famicom, Sega Genesis, and TurboGrafx controllers.
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|Official Release Date||Oct 31, 2015|
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This system is a great console to own if you have a large library of old video games. There is a possibility to use a micro disc to hold your library straight onto the console. The back portion of the console can be detached from the rest of the machine and used in a smaller form.
The console itself doesn't feel very sturdy. Neither does the controller, but it can be substituted for other USB type controllers. Another downfall is the need for some extra components to attach Sega Master system, Game Gear and Nintendo Entertainment System.
Still, I would highly recommend this console to people who want the convenience of a single machine to play a variety of old video games.
Great little system for what it does, and the ability to back up to and run from SD card is the definite selling point. Aesthetics of the case is not great, it's not an attractive device at all and the build quality feels a little cheap. It's certainly something I'll use a fair bit, I just need to get used to the input lag which is an unfortunate side effect of emulation. Overall recommend it for exactly what it is, an all in one emulator that lets you read legit carts.
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