Get Your (Classic) Game On With This Retro Emulator
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Remember when Nintendo released the NES Classic a few years ago and it instantly sold out everywhere, and the only place you could find it was on eBay for about three chests of treasure and a tanker of crude oil? Well, bully to that, because right now you can get the Retro Entertainment Console and play literally hundreds of emulated NES games for 50 bucks.
You read that right. The Retro Entertainment Console comes pre-loaded with 600 games, which is 20 times the number of games on the NES Classic. It's just as cutesy as the NES Classic, too, mimicking the small and lightweight frame, so you can cram it in pretty much any empty space around your television. It also connects easily via HDMI, so you don't have to strip the skin off your thumbs screwing in an R/F connector like you did back when you and your friends were getting ready to lose at Double Dragon II for the hundredth time.
Normally, the Retro Entertainment Console sells for $299.99, but right now, you fabulous Cracked readers can get one at 83 percent off for just $49.99 by clicking the link above.
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