At Games Ultimate Portable Game Player

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  • 2.8" LCD handheld player
  • 3 Capcom games built-in featuring: Super Street Fighter II
  • 37 SEGA games built-in including: Sonic the Hedgehog 1 & 2
  • Rechargeable battery built in, USB cable included for charging battery
  • SD card slot for additional games download (SD card not included)

Product Description

Sega Genesis Portable Arcade Ultimate Game Player w/80 Genesis Games by AtGames

Product Information

ASIN B0094H8H78
Release date November 20, 2012
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3.9 out of 5 stars 100 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #22,947 in videogames
#19 in Video Games > More Systems > Sega Genesis > Consoles
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
Product Dimensions 10.5 x 2.2 x 7 inches
Media: Video Game
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By Sam Artino on December 22, 2013
I purchased this for my nephew from Dollar General on Turkey day for $25, and wanted to make sure everything worked, and put some roms on an SD card. I have to say, 95 percent of all roms I put on the SD card work, so the Emulator is pretty rock solid. The device feels light, but doesn't feel flimsy. It's a nice product.

**Note for Roms on SD's**
If you plan on installing roms on an SD card, make sure it is an 'SD' card and not an SDHC with an adaptor, as not all will work. To give you an idea, a 512 megabyte SD card will hold about 200-250 roms depending on the size. So don't waste your money looking for a 8gig. The SD card must be formatted in FAT mode from your PC. Create a folder on the SD card called "Game". Place all your roms in that folder. Only .BIN format is accepted. So if you have .SMD format, don't just rename it, google "SBWin" to convert your .smd files to .bin. Don't expect everything you put on here to work, as with any emulator, some roms just won't work. But keep looking, there is usually patches to get those roms to work. Enjoy, and hope this helps
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Like the other reviewers, I picked this up for $25 at Dollar General. Not knowing what its quality would be like, as the cardboard box was very lightweight, I picked up two of these units. Luckily, and to my surprise, I opened up one of them and was really surprised with the build quality. I've used other devices like this, though none of those devices felt as durably constructed as this one. This is an excellent little handheld for the price.

As far as the hardware goes, the buttons feel tight and the d-pad feels really good (not too squishy, not too stiff, just right). The housing also feels like a pretty durable plastic. It's shockingly solid from a build quality perspective, which I wasn't expecting given my history with these sorta devices. In addition, unlike some previous models, this includes a rechargeable battery and a USB cable to charge it.

On the games front, this handheld comes packed with 40 Sega/Capcom games and 40 throwaway plug-and-play style junk games. However, this isn't its selling point. The selling point is the SD slot on top, which allows you to download games online and play them. It's like a Nomad with a backlit screen and a smaller barrier to entry in terms of hardware and software.

If you're on a tight budget and want a lot of bang for your gaming buck, this handheld's exactly what you're looking for.
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I was looking for an easy, uncomplicated video system for my 5 year old. This has been a great answer. Easy selection of pre-downloaded games that provide variety and entertainment for hours.
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I got this for my Girlfriend as a random present, she LOVES Streets of Rage and has some old Sega games she wants to play but doesn't have a Sega Genesis anymore, she never has time to play games and is always on the go with college and work, so I thought this would be great for her to play in between classes when she has to wait for the next to start, I was actually looking at a Dingoo and came across this by accident and was really interested, the fact that you can put games on a SD card and play whats not already on there is pretty neat, at almost $60 after shipping, (the price of a game) its well worth it, I opened it to get it set up for her so it will be ready, ***YOU HAVE TO CHARGE IT FOR 11 HOURS BEFORE THE FIRST USE, SAYS IN THE MANUAL*** after that it takes like 3 hours to charge each time and gets 5-6 hours play time I think, anyway after I charged it I started messing with it especially Streets of Rage, some people on here were saying the sound quality was bad, that's NOT true, the sound quality is pretty decent for a portable (its not going to have surround sound or have as good audio as a TV obviously), the game play is excellent as you'd expect from a Genesis and the controls are great and the games run perfectly flawless, its a little weird at first but once you play for a couple minutes you begin to feel more comfortable playing it and the button response is prefect, the only bad thing about this system is that like only 40 of the games are games we all know and the other 40 I've never heard of, they look like card games or something I didn't bother to play those, BUT remember you can put your own selection of games on an SD card and play them, only get a 2GB SD card at the maximum because I've read it wont read any higher but the games are so tiny you'll probably never fill it up...Read more ›
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Well my 13 year old opened the box , put in batteries and hasn't put it down since. I'd say that's a good sign.
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When I got this I was surprised at how lightweight the box was, and when I got the portable out of the box I liked the way it felt in my hands(it's small and sleek which felt nice to hold).

The unit feels of good quality and not 'tinker-toy' like. The d-pad is reasonably responsive but not ideal for the Street Fighter games(pulling off fire-balls can be a bit frustrating but not impossible).

It's nice to have Capcom licensed games on this Sega unit(it would've been even better if a few Konami games could have been included). The 40 generic games included a few that I actually enjoyed playing(adding value to this portable).

You can hook it up to the TV but you'll need a 3.5mm video cable which isn't included. When hooked up, the picture on the TV screen is nice and clear. The included charger is a USB type so you'll either need to charge it on your laptop or you'll need a USB adapter if you want to charge it using an AC outlet.

An finally you can download games to an SD card(make sure you format it correctly) and play it on this unit. The main drawback is that there is no save feature whatsoever. This is a glaring omission and makes it a pain to play certain games all the way to the end. Overall though this is a great portable with tons of classic gaming fun to be had.
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