Fans of the original Jurassic Park are going to be pleased to hear that there are two new games based on the 1993’s hit movie from Hasbro. The first is Monopoly: Jurassic Park and the second product is Tiger Electronics Jurassic Park LCD Video Game.
This Nintendo 64 Portable by GmanModz may not be the smaller than the finger-sized microByte, but it sure is the smallest portable gaming device that fits a full-sized Nintendo 64 cartridge.
This one goes out to folks who can’t get enough of retro games. What you see here is an upcoming handheld retro gaming console called microByte. The device will let you play games from NES, GameBoy, GameBoy Color, Game Gear, and Sega Master System.
Never mind if Digimon is a distance memory for you because, the wave 3 of Digimon devices from Bandai will sure to flood you with a sense of nostalgia. The Digimon DigiVice from the 90s is back, but now in a choice of brightly colored and texture finishes.
The kind of animals people keep as pets can be quite ridiculous. Like, who the hell keeps tigers and lions in their backyard??? I am sure there are folks out there long for monsters as pets. And monsters you shall have with the new Bandai Digimon devices.
Nintendo has taken nostalgia to the next level. Celebrating Super Mario Bros.’s 35th anniversary is the reboot of Nintendo Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.. Game & Watch series of single-game gaming device was Nintendo’s first real successful product. The series sold over 43 million units worldwide.
This is a Game Boy stuck into a watermelon. I guess you could called it a, well, MelonBoy. Created by a Singaporean college student Cedrick Tan, this “world’s first watermelon game boy” uses a Raspberry Pi 3 and a Game Boy emulator to run a legit copy of the 2004 Pokemon Emerald game.
GPD. The Shenzhen-based company best known for turning up impossibly small but pretty damn stylish laptop has a new gaming laptop called GPD Win Max. In the tradition of the Win line, the GPD Win Max has the same odd layout of gaming pad controls and trackpad above the tiny keyboard.
80 babies who are bitten by nostalgic bug all this while will be appreciate this latest news coming out of Hasbro. The toy giant is bringing the popular 90s handheld gaming device, the Tiger Electronics LCD handheld.
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.