For an inexpensive NES clone, look no furthur than Yobo’s Gameware system, At $20, you can’t go wrong, it plays all your favorite cartridges and is compatible with original NES accessories.

So far I’ve been fairly happy with the Yobo, the price was great, and for the most part every game I’ve thrown in it has played faithfully to the original NES. I did notice a couple of stuttering issues with a couple games, but it was only when there was a lot of action going on the scree

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For an inexpensive NES clone, look no furthur than Yobo’s Gameware system, At $20, you can’t go wrong, it plays all your favorite cartridges and is compatible with original NES accessories.

So far I’ve been fairly happy with the Yobo, the price was great, and for the most part every game I’ve thrown in it has played faithfully to the original NES. I did notice a couple of stuttering issues with a couple games, but it was only when there was a lot of action going on the scree

[via RacketBoyuuddlrlrbas]