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Complex.com: Hands-on with the Supaboy Portable Super Nintendo

When we headed out to El Monte, CA to check out the portable Super Nintendo in person, we thought we knew what to expect. It turns out we were right, but that's not a bad thing, and neither is the Supaboy. In fact, we'd go so far as to say we love the damn thing, and by golly, we're not afraid to admit it.

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MultiConsoleGamer1684d ago

I can't wait to get my hands on this thing. Loved it at E3.

RogueCheddar1684d ago

I can't wait to get one as well, ten minute with the thing was not enough! I'm really looking forward to having an actual excuse to spend money on physical SNES cartridges again.

morkendo1683d ago (Edited 1683d ago )

this look krazy cool, but wish nentindo made it look close to psp wide screen.

na-no-nai1684d ago

I have to say this look enticing. Cuz Nintendo havent bring out much classic games to the VC. Hoping Nintendo get to released more games on VC soon

3GenGames1683d ago (Edited 1683d ago )

It's a good solid system. One huge problem is the sound has a constant buzzing. Although the CPU/PPU/SPC all seem great with compatibility. Only game that hasn't been verified to work has been the game SMRPG 2nd print copy. You can tell if you have said cart if the label has an A stamped on the back next the the number that represents the factors the cart was produced at. Otherwise, it's one of the only decent clones for any system out there. It even works with the Super Power Pak, which is the only cart you'll want if you look it up. ;D

Horny1683d ago

Definitely want to get this. I still have a few snes cartridges.

contra1571683d ago

Blows 3ds out of the water

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