Author Topic: So , there’s a cool new kid in town: Retrobit Super Retro-cade  (Read 1389 times)

davidgilmour (OP)

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With 90 official lcensed games by Capcom, Irem, Data East.
$60 , realeased 5 months ago (december 2017) and apparently very good in emulation on NES, SNES, Genesis and Arcade!

Anyone got one?




Excalibur

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Re: So , there’s a cool new kid in town: Retrobit Super Retro-cade
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2018, 12:52:41 pm »
I saw a review for it and it looks like some Android Box. The emulation appeared to be pretty poor with fuzzy, washed out colors. I skipped it.
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davidgilmour (OP)

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Re: So , there’s a cool new kid in town: Retrobit Super Retro-cade
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2018, 02:15:46 pm »
I saw a review for it and it looks like some Android Box. The emulation appeared to be pretty poor with fuzzy, washed out colors. I skipped it.

Well, lots of people are very satisfied with it when I see the reviews on FB, YouTube and Amazon.

But I agree on the washed out colours! Retrogames can not be played on a 16:9 LCD screen without any good software or scanline generator.

I play my games on my 480p plasma monitor by Panasonic (widescreen with bars) and Pioneer (4:3).

DCXPIG

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Re: So , there’s a cool new kid in town: Retrobit Super Retro-cade
« Reply #3 on: August 21, 2018, 04:52:33 pm »
 I have one of these to tool around on, it's a streamlined Android box running cores.  Supports Mame, SNES, GBA, GB/GBC, Genesis/Megadrive and NES/Fami roms, everything runs pretty nice for those that don't want to mess with configs.  There's a 6500 game pack floating around that someone put together with artwork already and covers the aforementioned systems, throw it on a sd card and away you go

 

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