Gamecube portable

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Oct 5, 2009

Gamecube portable by KingVamp at 1:53 AM (4,071 Views / 0 Likes) 32 replies

  1. KingVamp
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    I would buy this especially if it had a video out put and sale my game cube.

    What your thoughts?
     


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    that is a fake... sorry, and besides, how would you press the buttons >.> someone DID make a real, working portable gamecube with a bult in screen. its just really fat.
     
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    lol i said would buy it , i know it fake.
     
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    What u mean how would u press the buttons? [​IMG]
     
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    because of it's size it would be really really uncomfortable lol
     
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    it's a smart idea, i would have bought it, but i heard that the batteries just last for a short amount of time:. great idea, but lack in the implementation :-/
     
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    Or just get this:



    Plays both Wii and GC so why not.
     
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    It's nice(really nice) and all, but I just can't play the Wii at such a close distance. I'm one of those people that get... [​IMG]
     
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    I have a 50" tv, I know what if feels like [​IMG]
     
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    this thing is neither a residential console nor a handheld, what is it^^?
    but seriouse, would be an interesting idea but fact is that its' very unconfortable, when not impossible to play on such a screen, on that distance
    and on the other hand the thing would have to remain in the power outlet so it has no use after all.
    just lucrative in hyper utopian shops [​IMG]
     
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    It is neither a residential console nor a handheld it is a lab top. [​IMG]
     
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    good eye dave
     
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    I remember that manual well! I've still got one lying around somewhere as well as some other C64 books.
     
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    i hear all it is is games you type words in lol
     
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    Eh? Do you mean text adventures?
     
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    yes , yes i do i mean like i cant explain it lol
     
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    I used to be well hooked on the Infocom games, and on the Magnetic Scrolls games for the Atari ST/Amiga! Text adventures rule!
     

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