chinese nintendo clone

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  1. rest0re
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    well i found from local ebay selling some pirate-nes and couple game carts with multigames and
    its only 30euros... so is it worth of it.. i really want to relive my memories
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    its this
     
  2. Icarus

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    I think those things can play NES games pretty good but original is always the way to go [​IMG] That's why I own 2 NES's [​IMG]
     
  3. Jdbye

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    I don't know, but i had one of these before:
    http://ultimateconsoledatabase.com/famiclones/superjoyII.htm
    It came with quite a few games built-in, and had a NES slot under (in the start i didn't know it was a NES slot, but i had a hunch, and it fitted perfectly)

    It worked pretty well, but sadly some friend of mine left it on overnight by accident and after that the buttons don't work anymore, though it still works perfectly except for that.

    I can't see your image because the website obviously doesn't allow you to directly access images, it has to be done through that site, so if you could post the link to the info page instead it'd be helpful.

    I guess as long as it works well and you are willing to spend 30€ on it, it's well worth it.
     
  4. FAST6191

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    A lot of the fake nes things that get released are not especially great, for want of a better source wikipedia article on it:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_Ente..._hardware_clone
    The carts, assuming no unusual mappers used in the games are pretty good, that is unless you get an SRAM based cart (I have seen such things and they are not pretty).

    This being said a controller to PC adapter and an emu (even better with TV out) is likely the better route:
    http://www.jengajam.com/r/NES-Controller-PC

    Edit, talk about being too slow.
     
  5. rest0re
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    its subor 25 nes
     
  6. gatorade

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    like fast6191 said just get a pc to nes adapter (something I really want to do for all the old school consoles someday)
     
  7. Dirtie

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    If you have wireless you can even use your DS as a control pad [​IMG]