Game Boy EverDrive Flash Cart Review – Gamester81


In this video I review the Game Boy EverDrive flash cart that allows you to play Game Boy and Game Boy Color game ROMS on it. It’s available at here:

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About Gamester81

John “Gamester81” Lester started playing video games at a very young age. His first ever console that he played was a Colecovision, quickly followed by an Atari 2600, and his passion for video games hasn’t stopped. In 2008 John decided to start a video game review show on YouTube called Gamester81 by reviewing rare and retro video game systems and games. His show quickly grew in popularity, and he became friends with many other gamers in the YouTube community.

He is also one of the hosts of the All Gen Gamers Podcast which is a bimonthly podcast for people and video games of all generations.

Some of John’s other hobbies includes collecting Star Wars memorabilia (YouTube channel Starwarsnut77), playing classic arcade games (YouTube channel Gamester81Arcade), watching sports, and listening to music. John is a big fan of the 80’s and 90’s and in 2009 started a YouTube channel called NEStalgiaholic where he talks about nostalgic items and memories from his childhood.

To see some of John’s video’s in 3D visit his YouTube channel Gamester81in3D.

Favorite Systems: Colecovision, Commodore 64, NES, & SNES.

Favorite Games: Donkey Kong Arcade, Atari Star Wars Arcade, Super Mario 3, Final Fantasy II, & Goldeneye 007

  • Hard4Games

    Great review! I think flash carts are just fine. I will always prefer the original game of course, but they’re great for homebrews or games that are simply too expensive. The only one I currently have is for the Virtual Boy, which let’s me play some weird homebrews and the few Japan-only titles for the system.

  • lancep2015

    Story if gets kind of long.

    I have an GBA flash cart already that also does Gameboy, Super Gameboy and Gameboy color games call the super card so I pass on this even though this is bossomenova. My view on flashcarts have is kind on the good side. I to see both sides but i like the idea of saving were an tear on all my games by putting them all on an SD or CF cart an sill play them on the hardware. To bad this not possible on DVD and Blu-ray based systems (The BIOS or UFI on newer systems). On the CD-ROM based ones many have apters out that replace the CD-ROM with an USB or SD cart reader.