GameGadget Ships First Units to Customers

by on April 7, 2012

GameGadget-Ships-First-Units-to-CustomersFar from just another handheld emulator, a must for any retro gamer, the GameGadget is now available worldwide.

Now we’ve all seen those cheap little handhelds that emulate classics from consoles like the Sega Mega Drive, the GameGadget though is different. The gaming equivalent to iTunes, it allows player to directly download games onto the GameGadget using a secure DRM system. Operating on a revenue share basis, developers of content receive revenue for every game that is downloaded.

With the ability to play games up to and including 32bit it really is the ultimate device for retro gamers. With a simple clean look and a great low price tag, the GameGadget could become a surprise hit with gamers the world over.

Check out the video below showing the GameGadget playing the classic Golden Axe 2.

Will you be picking up the GameGadget, is there still a market for devices like this?

The GameGadget is available right now for £99. Due to sales far exceeding predictions, more units are being put into production ahead of schedule.

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