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Onestation Pocket Emulators: Classic Games, With a Catch

by Paul Strauss
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These little mini console systems from China can emulate a variety of classic 8-bit and 16-bit console games. But I’m not really sure you’ll want one after you read this.

OneStation Emulator and Games

On the plus side, these OneStation pocket game emulators are super cheap, with prices around $30 to $40. The mini-consoles have 320 x 240 resolution color LCD screens and fit in the palm of your hand.

However, the game cartridges look really sketchy. And I mean really, REALLY sketchy. For some reason I don’t think the bad color copy labels and wonderfully butchered game titles like Hally Poter Goblet of Fire, Beanty and the Beast, Tom and Jirry, Ninja Tutles and Marblr Madness were sanctioned by the original game publishers. Most games are found in suspicious packages that come loaded with tons of games on a single $5 or $6 cartridge. Heck, this one model comes complete with 99 games for just under $39.

If you’re willing to take the risk on these questionable games, you can find a variety of OneStation consoles and games and accessories over on DealExtreme.

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