Russian Sega Mega Drive & Super Nintendo Flash Cards

When new retro hardware is released, it only takes seconds before the entire population of gamers are on the edge of their seats. However this time round, out of nowhere a small Russian online shop has Sega Mega Drive and Super Nintendo flash cards in stock.

With no review or advertisements online, RetroCollect investigates. Having caught word of these new devices following on Mega Drive fan's forum post, a link to the online shop; r.a.m. factory shows a very small selection of brand new retro game hardware available for purchase.

On offer is a Sega Mega Drive flash card titled the 128MX+SPI, capable of running ROMs from a SD card. Other features of this mysterious device include 4 slots available for 4 different save games and the very appealing Sega Master System ROM compatibility. Currently priced at 29.49EUR, a good 25EUR cheaper than the popular Everdrive, it might be worth considering if you don't already own a flash cart.

r.a.m. factory has put together a demonstration video of the device in action on YouTube:

Also available from the online shop is a Super Nintendo flash card, the 64SX-UF. As much as we would like to talk about the 64SX-UF, the product page currently has no information other than the single picture of the card and the 49.90EUR price tag.

Link: Buy Sega Mega Drive Flash Card from r.a.m. factory
Link: Buy Super Nintendo Flash Card from r.a.m. factory 


Last Updated ( 18 January 2011 )  

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Comments 

(Link to this comment) JoeMD 2011-01-19 04:42
Hope some reviews of this turn up. Sounds interesting but I'd want to know it's good before i hand my cash over...
(Link to this comment) badinsults 2011-01-19 09:33
Yeah, all indications point to the Super Everdrive being a pretty solid product, and isn't terribly more expensive at $85 USD.

Personally, I have a Mash Mods flash cart. It does the job, but it is pretty lacking in features compared to the Super Everdrive or Powerpak.
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