Metallica Man X wrote:
Yeah, I have to agree on the retro-bit system...it's at least 99% compatable, and has no sound or graphics issues with any of the games I've used with them.
Number 2 for me would be the yobo, just cause it's a bit smaller than the retro bit (all the needed audio/video amps are on the middle board, so you only need the middle board with the cart slot).
So this would have better compatibility then a FC Twin or RetroDuo? I ask as I am looking for a clone system to replace my NES (which is currently undergoing a repaint and mod job) and was going to get a NES2 (top-loader). The Retro-Bit is dirt cheap on Stone Age Gamer ($15 as of right now) and I might be able to get one from local retro shop (it will probably cost more, but worth it if it I can get it ASAP). Just looking for best compatibility as my RetroDuo has issues with some of my fav games: Kirby's Adventure (sound), Batman (also sound), and BattleToads (crashes on second level for some reason).
PS Don't mean to sorta-kinda steal the thread, but thought it would be better to ask here then make a new thread.