Relive Your Childhood With This Retro Gaming Console

500 games that'll take you back in time.

Sep 13

A seismic event went down in the gaming world a few years back. In June 2018, the Nintendo Entertainment System, the '80s-era throwback console first reissued in 2016, actually outsold all other gaming systems for the month. And Nintendo’s $60 nostalgia trip not only thumped top-of-the-line competition like the Xbox One and PS4, but it also did it in only two days of sales.

Retro gaming is still huge. But popular systems like the NES and SNES only come with a handful of pre-loaded games. Instead, grab this handheld console with 500 games you'll get nostalgic over.

Down with those '90s vibes? You'll find the worlds you're looking for with the Gameo. If your tastes run even further back, you can gorge on heaps of '80s arcade titans. With 500 pre-installed games, you could literally play a new game every day for over a year.

This huge collection of games is packaged in a rechargeable console that’s small enough to toss into a purse or pocket and take anywhere. All you need is two free hands and you're ready to crush baddies and level up.

Finally, let’s consider the price. The NES retails for $59.99, while the SNES sells for $79.99. While we’re no longer seeing eBay prices of $150 to $200 just to get your hands on one, you may not want to throw down $60 to do some 8-bit reminiscing. 

By contrast, this Gameo Handheld Game Console is only $30 for a limited time, thanks to a current price drop.

 

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