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The most popular console we saw was the Retro Duo, offering NES and SNES playback.
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Here we see a portable Sega Genesis player next to one that lets you take NES games on the go.
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These "game consoles" sure do look familiar.
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This portable NES console called the FC Mobile 2 can also connect to a TV. It even comes with wireless gamepads and Zapper knock-offs.
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The Retro Duo controllers clearly resemble Super Nintendo game pads.
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Quite a line developed to play some classis NES titles.
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