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Hyperkin working on a portable n64 clone?
Topic Started: Dec 14 2017, 07:23 AM (389 Views)
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Dec 14 2017, 07:23 AM
Have the clones for NES, SNES, Genesis, etc. had any effect on game pricing or other parts of the retro gaming community?
I have to think they served to increase the demand for the games. That said, many NES gamers had dead NES units, so functional, no-blow clones were helpful in getting us gaming again. No sure that is the case with the N64 . . . consoles seem to endure most everything, its weak points being the power brick and the beloved thumbstick.
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