famicom69 wrote:http://www.appvee.com/t/game--watch - Game and Watch - port of original Game and Watch games.
Rev. Stuart Campbell wrote:Mm. If you're planning on mostly using it as a games machine, 8GB is tons. That'll hold literally hundreds of games, and the interface is only designed to cope with about 160. Fill that and you'd still probably have about 4GB free on the side for music and video. (Though the apps limit is quite easy to get round anyway.) I've currently got 208 games on my Touch, occupying just over 2.9GB.
And remember, the PSP and DS come with basically zero onboard memory. If you wanted to have music and videos on your DS or PSP as well as games, you'd need to fork out for a memory card. A 16GB memory card bumps either of those up pretty close to the cost of the 16GB model of the iPod Touch.
michaelf wrote:As a bit of a pinball fan I've already got Pinball Dreams and anxiously waiting for Pinball Fantasies to be released.
Darran@Retro Gamer wrote:I've created a dedicated thread to the best handheld I've ever owned.
CraigGrannell wrote:michaelf wrote:As a bit of a pinball fan I've already got Pinball Dreams and anxiously waiting for Pinball Fantasies to be released.
Likewise. I take it you've seen the YouTube video? (Hopefully they'll get any skipping issues sorted—there's the odd jerk in the video, although that could also be down to video compression.)
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