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Old 19 July 2016, 14:53   #43
demolition
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I think this looks interesting if they have done it properly (and being a real Nintendo product, they probably have). It could be a software emulation running behind it all, but when done properly, it is irrelevant since nobody can feel the difference.

Perhaps you could make a similar solution using a Pi and countless man-hours setting it all up, but then you'd still not have the nice retro-looking device to put underneath the TV. Most people in the target group just want to buy a finished product, hook it up and start playing. They can do exactly that with this product, so I think this should sell well.

Some online function to download/replace games would have been useful but I think the list is still quite good.
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