System Reviews

History of Tiger Telematic’s Gizmondo | The Uncommon Valley

From the very start, the Gizmondo would have one of the most challenging development cycles out of most other handheld systems ever produced. From housing criminals, to having little advertisement, we take a look at the history of Tiger Telematic’s …

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iRcade System Review – Limited Edition Sydney Hunter Themed

  In this video I review the iiRcade cabinet. This thing is made of quality parts and is very durable. What games would you like to see on the iiRcade? Please leave a comment and let me know. iiRcade’s website: …

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The History Of The Coleco Adam | The Uncommon Valley

The Coleco Adam is a home computer and expansion device for the ColecoVision released in 1983 by American toy and video game manufacturer Coleco. It was an attempt to follow on the success of the company’s ColecoVision video game console. …

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Playdate Review – What were they thinking?!?

  Playdate is a tiny handheld that has a non-backlit screen and hand crank w/ 24 original games for $180. But were there TOO MANY COMPROMISES made designing it and making it feel unique? Here is my full review. WATCH …

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Rare Nintendo e-Reader Oddities | The Uncommon Valley

The Nintendo e-Reader, stylized as ereader, commonly abbreviated as e-Reader, known in Japan as the Card-e-Reader[a], is an add-on manufactured by Nintendo for its Game Boy Advance handheld video game console. It was released in Japan in December 2001, with …

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The AMIGA A500 mini review – Is it worth $140?!

Review of the AMIGA A500 mini computer. It comes w/ 25 fully licensed games, tons of options and the ability to side load your own Amiga games off a USB stick. But was it worth the wait and $140!? A500 …

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Taito EGRET II mini: It’s cool…but BEWARE!

My review of the Taito EGRET II mini home console. Comes with 40 built in games and a really cool rotating screen. Plus there are two accessories: a gamepad and a trackball / paddle controller with an additional 10 arcade …

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ColecoVision Clone Consoles | The Uncommon Valley

The ColecoVision offered a closer experience to more powerful arcade video games compared to competitors such as the Atari 2600 and Intellivision. The initial catalog of twelve games on ROM cartridge included the first home version of Nintendo’s Donkey Kong …

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