You know you are true gamer when you are still digging pixelated graphics of Atari, Game Gear, GameBoy Advance, PlayStation Portable (PSP) and the likes while others are drooling over latest titles that support ray tracing.
As a huge fan of retro video games, there’s no lacking of handheld gaming devices that lets you play those games from those glorious video game consoles. And if you like a bit of building thrown into the mix, the Odroid Go Advance Handheld Gaming Device by South Korea-based Hardkernel may be it.
Yes, it is a retro emulation handheld, so what more can we say right? It comes as a kit that will require some assembly as noted previously.
It features a RockChip RK3326 quadcore 1.3 GHz CPU, a 3.5-inch LCD display, and it runs emulation station to let you enjoy from a host of retro video game titles from fondly remember game consoles, including but not limited to, Atari 2600, Sega Mega Drive (aka Sega Genesis), Nintendo GameBoy Advance, Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Sega CD, and more.
Other details include Mali-G31 Dvalin GPU, 1 GB DDR3L 786 MHz RAM, SPI flash storage, microSD card slot, headphone jack, and a 3,000 mAh lithium polymer battery good for up to 10 hours of playtime.
In case you are wondering how this works out in real life, you can check out YouTuber ETA PRIME’s first look and test. If not, you can pick up your own unit for around $55-57.95 from either Hardkernel or ameriDroid.
Source: YouTube (ETA PRIME).