When Nintendo launched the Super Famicom in 1990, they couldn’t make enough consoles to meet the demand. But there was another way to get one: The Sharp SF1, a $1,000 TV with a built-in Super Famicom! Learn the history and functionality of this obscure piece of video game hardware.
Yep, you read that right. Before the dawn of the 90s (just, we’re talking 1989), when we were all enjoying the 8-bit graphics of the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), there was a game that nobody really remembers for the right reasons – Casino Kid.
They claim it can run PS1, Sega Genesis, NES, SNES Neo Geo Cd, and Sega Saturn using Orginal discs and carts with the Optional add-on modules but was it worth the wait? is it worth the price?
Two years ago Super Nicktendo made a video comparing the Intellevision Amico with the Atari VCS – two consoles that aimed to bank on retro
In this video, we take a look at an test out PLEX Arcade and an all-new subscription service from Plex that allows you to steam Retro games from your PLEX server