The EXP offers full support for the Evercade cartridge catalog of over 300 different games, ranging from 8-bit to Atari. The device will also come with its own bonus content, which will be announced this September.
In EXP’s new TATE Mode, gamers can turn their device 90-degrees and play arcade shooting games using specially dedicated buttons.
Features a high-resolution screen, the EXP brings visual clarity and brightness to age-old titles. The screen is also covered with tempered glass.
The device has a battery life of four to five hours, stereo speakers and a 4-gigabyte memory capacity. It also includes a headphone jack and WiFi for easy updates.
Evercade is unique in that it sells its cartridges in box sets. EXP will retail with Evercade’s IREM Arcade 1 cartridge collection.
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