My body is ready.
Also, even if it's just another a/v playback device that happens to have 20 old Neo-Geo games built-in, I'd still consider buying one.
Aaaaawwwwwww...hell yeah!! Such a fantastic yet ridiculous idea. Great selection of games there too.
As long as it isn't crazy expensive I'll be getting one of these, probably have to import; not sure the UK will ever get one.
"Whether or not it receives a worldwide release, you can bet your bootlegged copy of Art of Fighting that Jeff Gerstmann will import this thing and tell you all about it, because that's just the kind of thing Jeff Gerstmann does."
And we love him for it.
I know it's probably fake. And even if it isn't fake, Jeff is probably right that it is some bootleg device with super shitty software and no support for more games via the SD card.
But, dammit, I WANT TO BELIEVE.
If this device somehow, magically, is real and is available for $99 or less, I'm in.
I'm with Jeff - I'm getting this thing. One of my greatest regrets as a gamer was never picking up a Neo Geo Pocket Color when that system was discontinued. There were so many at Electronics Boutique at the time - many in packages with 6 games. For, like, $40! I will not pass that kind of thing up again. I just hope this thing can play more games than the 20 that are built in. I would like it if it were capable of playing Pocket Color games in addition to Neo Geo home console titles.
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