Blaze Entertainment has finally launched the Evercade EXP, the retro gaming handheld console that boasts full support for the already existing titles (more than 380 games in 38 collections) in the Evercade Cartridge Library. There are 18 built-in Capcom favourites as well, and it’s available on official Evercade retailers for $149.99 or your local equivalent.
Featuring improved elements from previous Evercade devices, the Evercade EXP sports a minimalist look with a USB-C port, mini HDMI out, WiFi, and approximately 4-5 hours of battery life. The 4.3” IPS Screen (800×480) also features a TATE Mode for games that are best played with vertical screen orientation. Plus, the 1.5Ghz Processor, 4GB built-in memory and stereo speakers sweeten the deal for a package that doesn’t break the bank. There’s that elusive 3.5mm headphone jack too for anyone who’s looking to enjoy their in-game sound effects on a more personal level.
To complete that dose of nostalgia for retro aficionados, physical cartridges here also boast manuals and boxes in full colour, and each title is ready to be inserted and played whenever you feel like it.
If you’re keen on giving it a go to see if it’s your cup of tea, below are the games that are already included with the Evercade EXP:
IREM Arcade 1 Cartridge Collection
In The Hunt
Capcom Collection (Built-In)
1942 (Arcade version)
1943 (Arcade version)
1944 : The Loop Master (Arcade version)
Bionic CommandoTM(Arcade version)
Captain CommandoTM (Arcade version)
CommandoTM (Arcade version)
Final FightTM (Arcade version)
Forgotten WorldsTM (Arcade version)
Ghouls ‘n GhostsTM (Arcade version)
Legendary WingsTM (Arcade version)
MERCS (Arcade version)
Street Fighter II’: Hyper Fighting (Arcade version)
Strider (Arcade version)
VulgusTM (Arcade version)
Mega Man (8-bit)
Mega Man 2 (8-bit)
Mega Man X (16-bit)
Breath of Fire (16-bit)
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Source : Pocket Gamer