The UK-based company Blaze Entertainment has launched Evercade VS Games, an electronic home contractor that uses commercial cartridges to run games instead of an SD card or online application. The new tool is to follow Defects, the first handheld blaze Blaze was released last year.
The Blaze handheld comes with an HDMI port, so you can play old roles with Atari, Namco and other companies on the big screen. However, there is no way to use it in most games, even if the title is part of it. The VS version solves this problem if you want to play with friends and relatives, allowing four people to play alongside multiple players using the USB port.
If you own an original Evercade and don’t worry about wasting $ 90 / $ 100 / € 100 on the home model, you don’t have to worry that what you’re wasting in the cartridge will be damaged. VS runs on almost all Blaze cartridges, except two Namco Museum donations, which are unique and only available in Europe. You can sort two cartridges at a time, because the device has a cartridge bay and interface that can display up to 40 games at a time. So far, Blaze Entertainment has released more than 260 games on over 20 cartridges, with plans to release more in the future.
Evercade VS is powered by a 1.5Ghz quad-core CPU, has 512MB of DRAM and has 1080p output. It stores and stores components in the same cartridge, allowing you to resume forwarding to the ever-ever Evercade arm, or vice versa. Unlike its hand-held sibling, VS has a WiFi connection for updates, as well as anything future for the internet after Blaze decides to release it. The council is available before May 28 for $ 99, and will begin shipping in early November.
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