While the Sega fans have the likes of the Nomad and the Blaze Mega Drive Ultimate for their portable gaming needs, Nintendo fans have been left empty handed in the 16-bit department... At least until now! Hyperkin's newly released portable Super Nintendo, the SupaBoy, has arrived on Amazon to finally make handheld SNES gaming a reality.
If you didn't catch any of our previous SupaBoy coverage, Hyperkin's new Super Nintendo handheld comes packed with just about every feature a 16-bit gamer would need. Dual control pad ports, TV-Out functionality and a fairly generous 3.5" LCD screen to play classics such as F-Zero, Super Mario World and Earthbound on the go.
The device has quietly snuck onto Amazon.com over the last week, along with a few popping up on eBay.com too. While the device is yet to be sold on European shores, those in desperate need of portable Super Nintendo gaming may need to dig into their pockets to cover international shipping.
But enough talk about the handheld's arrival, how well does it play our beloved Super Nintendo titles then? Well, let's find out thanks to a recently uploaded video review on YouTube.
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