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Retro-Bit Go Retro! Portable Is Loaded with 300 Licensed Games

by Conner Flynn
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Retro-Bit revealed some exciting news at CES this past week in the form of a handheld game system loaded with old-school classics. The company calls it the Go Retro! It has a Game Boy style look, but in a black and red color scheme, with 4 buttons. The portable includes an LCD color screen with scratch-resistant coating and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It looks sweet. The best part is that it will come with a bunch of classic, licensed games built in. There are 300 titles that will be included on the system.

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The titles are from names like Capcom, Jaleco, Data East, Irem and more. While we don’t have a specific list yet, we have the box art which shows games like Burgertime, Mega Man, Strider and Mighty Final Fight, among others. The handheld also has a rechargeable battery that can run between seven to ten hours, giving you a lot of gaming hours in one charge.

We don’t have a specific release date yet, but the system will arrive sometime in December, in time for Christmas for the price of just $34.99. That price is not bad at all considering you get 300 games. Old school video game fans are going to love this portable. If nothing else, it will be a Christmas present for themselves.

[via Comic Book]



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