Video of the Upcoming Everdrive Nintendo 64 Flash Cartridge in Action

Everdrive-64-Flash-Card-for-Nintendo-64-in-DevelopmentIf you've been keeping up to date with the retro gaming news recently, you'll be well aware of the range of Nintendo 64 Flash Cards arriving soon. Krikzz, the creator of the wonderful Everdrive range, has recently uploaded to YouTube a demonstration video of his upcoming N64 cartridge.

While we await the release date of the upcoming hardware, Krikzz's latest video gives us an in depth look at the upcoming features for the Everdrive 64. Although the hardware and functionality shown is from an early development version, there is more than enough to be getting excited about.

One of the most interesting additions seen in the video is the inclusion of an on board Nintendo NES emulator capable of running NES ROMs straight from the SD Card. During the video, the classic Super Mario Bros is booted up seamlessly showing little sign of being emulated on another piece of hardware.

Everdrive 64 Development Video

Link: Krikzz's Everdrive Homepage

Last Updated ( 04 May 2011 )  


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