Handheld Game Console , Game Console 2.8" 168 Games LCD PVP Game Player Classic Game Console 1 USB Charge Presents for Children-Black
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- Digital game system , the console is slim , portable and trendy , contains 168 popular games.
- Digital multi-platform device , can play on TV.
- The backlit function of the screen ensure players can play everywhere
- With powerful rechargeable battery pack , includes an USB Cable and a lithium-ion rechargeable battery , 4-7hours of continuous game play
- Can be linked between the two consoles, while participating in the game
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PVP Game Handheld Console is small and portable,you can take it anywhere!It's very easy to use.
• Screen:2.8" TFT Lcd
• Built-in:168 games
• Languages: English
• Speaker: Yes
• Working time: 4~7 hours
• Battery:700MA lithium-ion rechargeable battery
• 1,Before connect to a TV.make sure that your TV and the unit are turned off.
• 2,Switch the channel on TV to the Audio/Video channel.
• 1,Do not short circuit battery contacts
• 2,Do not dispose of batteries in fire
• 3,Remove the batteries from the unit if sit will not be used for an extended period of the time.
Standard accessories :
• 1 x game console PVP
• 1 x User manual
• 1 x AV Cable
• 1 x USB Cable
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- The most noticeable issue with this handheld is that the screen has such a narrow best viewing angle that your each of your eyes literally isn't seeing the same colors at any reasonable viewing distance. Even at arm's length, the effect was still noticable. I should note that my arms aren't exactly short, either. It's quite headache inducing.
- The buttons that take the place of a normal D-pad are fiddly and even with my big ol' thumbs, I still have problems reliably pressing two buttons at once for moving/shooting diagonally. It also leads quite quickly to sore left thumb syndrome.
- The games... Oh, good heavens, where to begin? Well, for starters, the unit uses a seemingly standard sort of ROM that sees use on many other similar devices. But don't be fooled by the few decent titles at the beginning of the menu. Unlike some other, more expensive devices, the games are a much lower quality on average. Yes, it does actually have Super Mario Brothers 1-3 and a selection of other NES titles, but many of the games are re-skins (such as Super Mario World, which is just Adventure Island with Mario sprites for some of the characters and Super Bros. 6 which is Tiny Toons Adventures with a similar treatment), mediocre to low quality reproductions of original games for the NES and period comouter systems, and a few ripoffs like "Angry Bird" and "Plants Vs. Zombies". As a result of the re-skinning and reproductions, there are a lot of repeat games, despite other appearances. On the positive side, most of them seem to work as intended, but some of cloned games are next to unplayable due to borked up gameplay issues that seem to indicate the programmers neither understood the concept, or bothered to test the final product beyond boot up.
- No save states for games, hence no games that require save states.
- Vertical screen tearing at the edges during gameplay is annoying in a few games, but not really bad enough to add to the eye strain from the horrible screen.
- The buttons are A, B, C and D. But B is A and C is B. A is apparently "less A" in some games and "autofire A" in others. D behaves like B in similar fashion. Confusing, especially with respect to physical orientation compared to normal game controllers. B, well, C is above A... er... B, instead of to the side. It's pretty difficult to try and override decades of muacle memory just to suit this one device.
- The sheet of film placed over the screen to protect it from scratches during manufacture and shipping actually extended under the bezel. There was a tab to pull it up, but that was half tucked under the bezel as well. Seriosuly, I had to use power tools to get it off the screen. Well, muscle power tool. Still, having to use a pocket knife and needle nose pliers to get it off while not scratching the screen was a very delicate proceedure.
- No headphone jack.
- It turned on.
- It's not piano black. No streaks or fingerprints. Yay!
- The screen is nice and bright with vivid colors and good contast, though given the above, this is just putting lipstick on a pig, really.
- Sound is a bit tinny, but decent for a cheap handheld and it really enchances the retro vibe. Volume range is excellent, with no distortion at all at maximum volume.
- Besides the direction controls, the buttons feel nice to use.
- The unit as a whole has a decent, but light, feel to it. It's a good size to hold overall, and the placement of the controls in the upper half of the front face allows you to grip it firmly and reduce the chance of droppage, though this seems to have no effect on the chance of deliberate flingage, a problem endemic to many old 8 and 16 bit games and not any particlar console or handheld.
You get what you pay for. It's cheap for what it claims to be. If you look beyond the technical issues, it still fulfils all of the claims on the box. It's playable, if not for very long in a single sitting. If you're wanting to enjoy some old school gaming but worry about spending too much time staring at a tiny screen, this handheld is a decent option. Otherwise... well, like I said, you get what you pay for. It's not garbage, it's just not very good. It's still a bit of inexpensive fun though, so it's got that going for,it, which is nice.
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Definitely worth the money.
PRICE IS RIGHT AND QUALITY IS VERY ACCERTABLE.