When I was given the opportunity to review Hyperkin’s FC Mobile portable Nintendo (NES) system, I was excited. I had never even heard of it before. Over the years, I have bought and sold the original
portable Nintendo system, called the Game Axe, which came out in the late 1990’s. However, the
Game Axe is very hard to get and expensive to buy. A quick eBay check shows the Game Axe selling in the $100 range. Plus it only plays Japanese games  without an adaptor. I was curious to see what the FC Mobile can do, especially, since its 60% less expensive and a heck of a lot easier to find.

With the FC Mobile, You can play a US game without an adaptor. And, it is readily available on eBay for as low as $40 WITH shipping.

The FC Mobile comes with a 2.4″ LCD screen, a TV output connector, which enables images to be displayed on TV screen, a Headphone jack, Volume control slider and is available in Red/White and Silver/ Black. It also includes an AV Cable for TV output.

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