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You can play 600 classic games on this $50 retro gaming console

Relive the fun of your favorite retro games with this lightweight, portable gaming system, now over 80 percent off.
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September 6, 2018
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While the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 offer state-of-the-art gaming experiences, there's something special about the simple gameplay of vintage consoles like the NES. While it's harder than ever to get your hands on an original old school gaming system, this Retro Entertainment Console comes with more than 600 pre-loaded games based on classics like Super Mario Bros, PacMan, and Tetris. It's normally $300, but you can pick one up today for just $50, saving over 80 percent.

This console's blocky design and color scheme is reminiscent of the NES, and is small and lightweight enough to take with you on the go. All you need to do is connect it via HDMI, and you can enjoy the 600 pre-loaded games, including remakes of classics like BomberMan, Galaga, Ninja Gaiden, and more. Plus, it comes with two controllers so you can challenge your friends.

If you want to relive your gaming glory days, grab this Retro Entertainment Console today for just $50, down from it's normal price of $300. These are sure to sell out quick, so get yours while supplies last.

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