Carl Williams writes, "Alright, the Nintendo Entertainment System is undoubtedly a great little console, Nintendo’s questionable business tactics aside. The 8-Bit NES rocked the worlds of a lot of gamers over the last 30 years, all over the world, and continues to do so long after it died commercially. Thanks to clone systems that continue to get slightly better with each new release the NES will probably never truly die. One problem all of those clones have is the questionable sound output and peripheral compatibility problems. The Super 8-Bit changes all of that by avoiding the biggest failures that the clones represent- namely avoiding using the ASIC based “System on a Chip” (SoC) hardware."