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Nostalgia's a powerful drug. It propelled the creation of a 10-megaton psychic super squid in Watchmen and got Donald Trump elected president, but it doesn't have to be evil! In fact, nostalgia can be a lot of fun, especially when it comes to video games, and you can take a trip down memory lane whenever you want with the 16-Bit MD 55-Game Video Console and 16-Bit HD TV 188-Game Handheld Console.
The MD Video Console features 55 classic SEGA games and 16-bit graphics in a handheld console that you won't need to meet up with some shady guy from Craigslist to hunt down an ancient CRT to play. Of course, if you want to, you can easily connect to your TV with the included RCA cable if you want to see Sonic on the big screen. It even comes with a second controller for multiplayer gaming.
The HD TV Handheld Console, on the other hand, has 188 classic retro games. That's, like, three times as many? Sorry, we didn't progress much in math beyond when we played these games. It's designed with an HDMI output so it's suitable for setting up with any modern TV and streams games in HD quality, and it's fully compatible with original cards, flash cards, and black cards if you want to save your games. It also comes with a second controller, so break out the juice boxes and have a regression party.
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