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Yobo NES Clone System

 
Written By: Jason: Thursday, 1 October 2009
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Throw backs are all the rage these days. The days of nostalgia linger every time a new game console comes out. From vector graphics to the top 10 music play lists, these games just mesh together; the love, the feeling, the fabric of… the gaming industry is monotonous.

Sometimes I wonder what happened to Sonic the hedgehog, old school Mario, that duck game with gun, and Street Fighter? Where is the love and the passion, the campy side of gaming? This predicament almost brought me to tears. My old school Nintendo was lost many years ago, perhaps it sits in loving embrace with a young game aficionado, perhaps it lay strewn across a land fill, either way she is gone. But like sunshine in Seattle, life gives you light when you least expect it. Yobo NES Clone System, is the answer to our gadget dilemma.

The console allows you to use all your favorite NES games, with out blowing your brains out trying to get the game to work. You can use the original controls, if you still have them. The gun works as well, however flat panels are out if you want to play that one game with the duck and the saucer;) The price… drum roll please…$35.00. These days you can’t touch a game under $50, let alone a console. Cheap fun and a little nostalgia go a long way in this day and age. Some of you kids may not have had the pleasure of tinkering with the original Nintendo system. The graphics aren’t realistic, the songs aren’t on the Hot100 list, but these games are the games that make your games a reality. And for $35 and some Craigslist shopping, you’ll go back into the past and have more fun then you’ve ever imagined with out the Halo bombings, and San Andreas drive-by's.


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