Console RetroN 3 -3 en 1- NES, SNES & Megadrive - Charcoal Gray - (Import Américain)
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- Compatible avec les manettes officielles d'origines Nintendo, Sega Megadrive et Super Nintendo
- 2 ports pour 2 manettes pour chaque plate-forme de jeu soit 6 ports au total (NES, SNES, MEGADRIVE)
- Câbles S-Vidéo et Composite (RCA)
- Comprend deux manettes sans fil (piles non incluses)
- Matériel design et robuste
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Informations sur le jeu
- Plate-forme: Nintendo NES, Nintendo Super NES, Sega Genesis
- Support : Jeu vidéo
- Quantité pour l'article : 1
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Description du produit
Cet appareil permet de lire les cartouches de jeux destinés à la SUPER NINTENDO (US, JAP & FR), NINTENDO (NES) et MEGADRIVE
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La nes fonctionne a merveille. Rien a dire c'est super de voir un duktales 2 booster. ou un kirby doper au hormones.
La génésis (Megadrive) fonctionne tres bien mais les couleurs sont affreuses !
la partie snes ne fonctionne pas. j'arrive a avoir un écran mais les input ne fonctionne pas. et les cartouche pal j'enfonce la cartouche a la limite du point de rupture du PCB pour qu'il arrive a la lire...
au final j'ai ressortie ma vrai snes...
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But the controller ports are completely screwed up or completely unresponsive !!!
You grow up playing Sonic, Mortal Kombat Mario, Mario All stars...Contra... on and on and on and on... and you have that old "Trusty" Controller that you etched your name into and bring it to a friends house because it's your own Tried-And -True controller that you have either beat Bowser, Shao Kahn, Robotnik or just furiously smashed your fingers into a bloody, blistered mess by trying ... well THAT controller goes from Hero to Zero with this machine (At least the one i bought anyway).
On top of that.. The 2 "wireless" Controllers supplied with the systems take 2AAA Batteries and if you dont point them exactly EXACTLY at the recieving end of the sensor on the machine, it doesnt recognize the button you are vigorously pressing. The other one of the two just plain DOESNT work at all...so..?
If THAT doesn't grind your gears, The button Configuration is ass-backwards! "A' on the old ones is 'B' on the wireless ones. So when you are Reptile, crouched down ready to plant an upper-cut into Katana's Throat and send her into an acid bath... Better remember to use the "???LOW KICK???" button instead of "HIGH PUNCH" to deliver that Blow to her stupid "Fan-Weilding" face... (you guys know what im talking about)
I would proceed with caution when buying this machine. I am on the verge of sending mine back.
Once you start playing, it's hit or miss whether a cart will boot or you get a blank screen. Often you don't even have to take it out of the slot, just hit reset.
The controllers do not even come with batteries and most people don't have AAA laying around, it's not a vert commonly used size.
The next thing you notice is that the controllers are not marked 1 or 2. In fact, there's no way to distinguish them other than trying them out and seeing which one doesn't work. At first you think it is like PS3, whichever one you pick up is automatically set as #1 but it's just not the case. Pick up #2 and nothing happens.
Once you do find the right controller you notice it's WAY too small in the hand, about the size of the original system which was targeted to kids... WE ARENT KIDS ANYMORE. Make them bigger!! Keep your targeted demographic in mind.
In fact, if they were bigger you could get something else in there like AA instead of AAA batteries or, a rechargeable lithium ion battery with a mini or micro usb charging port, or I don't know, let's say...
BLUETOOTH. Seriously, they can put a bluetooth radio in a usb jack and sell it retail for $0.99 including shipping half way across the globe. THE WIRELESS IS HORRIBLE. With the IR remote bulbs I have to sit closer to the console than I would if I had wired controllers AND have to maintain PERFECT line of site. There's also a considerable lag between hitting the button and the game reacting. Seriously, the information is moving out of those crappy IR bulbs at the speed of light, maybe you can make a console that responds to the input just as fast as wired
Most of these problems can be fixed by using corded controllers, but why should I have to? I'm paying WAY more for this one. Plus the console is already on a tv tray in the middle of the living room to make it reach anyway. Going to a corded controller would literally give me more freedom. On the other hand, it's still better than the Gen-X Duo. Not because it plays a third system, but because the Gex-X Duo has even worse problems than this thing.
Once you do figure out which controller is which, you find out that it plays almost none of the games as 2P. It won't even let you choose 2P on the menu. In fact, The system doesn't allow you to move on the startup menu at all from the 1P position, my NES Metroid does not move down to the CONTINUE option to enter a code the same way other games will not move from 1P to 2P on the start screen. This is not fixed by using hardwired controllers. In fact, during Castlevania II, when I die and get the CONTINUE/PASSWORD screen, it will not even let me move down to PASSWORD so I can get the continue password.
A major flaw, nearly every time I reset by holding the start/reset button on the controller it resets with sound only. I have to power down the system and power back on to get video. Most of the time using the reset button on the console body also does the same thing.
I did not try the S-Video output so I cannot comment, but I have read numerous other reviews that only 2 of the 3 systems will play output over S-Video making it useless.
I plan on getting a Retron 5, I EXPECT THIS CRAP FIXED IN THE NEW MODEL. In fact, the upscaling should be OPTIONAL on the R5, some of us like the old pixelated look with the crappy MIDI sound