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Play NES, SNES and Sega Genesis Games On One Console

This post is syndicated with permission from GamerFront.net

Like many of you, I grew up on the NES, SNES and Sega Genesis. Much of my childhood was spent playing these three consoles, and there are times that I think about dusting them off to relive the good old days. The only problem is that of the three, only my SNES is still in working order. I’ve considered trying to find an old NES and Genesis that are still in good working order, but when you’re talking about consoles that are upwards of 20 years old, they’re still going to give out eventually. No, what I need is one of these FC3 Plus systems from Yobo.

This awesome piece of hardware combines the three greatest consoles from my childhood into one generic-looking plastic shell. Sure, it doesn’t look like much, but remember kids, it’s whats on the inside that counts. This thing could look like complete garbage and I wouldn’t care, because it’ll let me play games from my NES, SNES and Genesis collections. You get two fairly generic controllers (no, you can’t plug in the original ones) and a light gun for use with the NES. Much like the original Nintendo Zapper, this isn’t going to work with LCD and Plasma TVs, so don’t be too surprised.

The biggest issue I have with this console is its availability. I can’t seem to find anywhere to order one, and the Yobo site will only sell them to me if I’m a retailer. They’re already popping up on eBay, so that’s one option. I’ve seen a couple of Famicom clones down at my local Game X Change, so maybe I’ll check with them about getting one.

[ Yobo ] VIA [ GamerFront ]







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  • zorak15

    How about you softmod an original Xbox and add neo-geo, atari, mame, etc? http://www.xbox-scene.com or a google search on “xbox softmod -360″ will get the job done.

  • Plack

    Modding an xbox still does not let you play all your original carts. I like playing my saved game on Secret of Mana where I'm already level 99 and max stats on everyone. Also you do not get the good “slow down” effects on an emulator like what makes the game Tetris Attack so much fun. Go head to head with someone and when it gets hot and heave 9:59 in (the time is stuck at that btw – we have no idea how long matches actually take) the slow down when you destroy the huge blocks is the only way to get ready for the next droppings.

  • Chris

    I bought one and the Genesis looks really terrible. The Snes looks ok, and the NES looks great, but the sound is unlistenable. There is a very loud buzzing when playing NES games. The controllers are also very cheaply made, with extremely short cords. I wouldn't recommend this at all.

  • Chris

    I bought one and the Genesis looks really terrible. The Snes looks ok, and the NES looks great, but the sound is unlistenable. There is a very loud buzzing when playing NES games. The controllers are also very cheaply made, with extremely short cords. I wouldn't recommend this at all.

  • Chris

    I bought one and the Genesis looks really terrible. The Snes looks ok, and the NES looks great, but the sound is unlistenable. There is a very loud buzzing when playing NES games. The controllers are also very cheaply made, with extremely short cords. I wouldn't recommend this at all.