Blaze Entertainment announced that the Evercade EXP is available all over the world. This new handheld retro gaming console is fully based on Evercacde cartridges. Together with physical products, multicolored manuals, and collectibles, we present the classic gaming experience with modern users, but we don’t have to spend much time on original hardware and software.
The Evercade EXP provides a lot of improvements over the previous Evercade, including a lot of hardware upgrades and a new subtle aesthetic. The improved view angles and the resolution has doubled due to the new IPS screen. A single-choice computer is easier than ever to use. With more RAM, more storage and a fast chip, the handheld makes use of the vp console with the same name as Evercade.
The console has a new mode and game technique. Using TATE mode players can play vertical shooters like they originally planned. One button press rotates the selected game 90 degrees clockwise and displays it in vertical orientation. Now the new TATE buttons on the left side of the device control the game. This is the most authentic way to enjoy great games like 1942, 1943, Mercs and more. Evercade has 20 games which are the best played in TATE mode.
Each Evercade EXP comes with the IREM Arcade 1 cartridge collection to start your Evercade cartridge collection. Get accustomed to classic arcade games with 6 great arcade originals like In The Hunt and Moon Patrol. You’ll get a numbered box and a full-color manual.
As a result, each Evercade EXP has bonus content in this device. 18 caps are included without a code, no download or a cartridge required. The 11 arcade hits and 4 home console classics are now portable and can’t be taken with you, and a full color guide to the Capcom Collection is included.
Evercade EXP Games list – Complete list.
IREM Arcade 1 Cartridge Collection.
R-Type is in a R-Type. Moon Patrol Fight-to-fight measures 10 pounds Lightning Swords Battle Chopper The hunt begins with the Hunt.
Capcom Collection (installed)
The 1942 (Arcade Version) is the BEST DAY MODE. 1943 (Arcade version) BEST CLASS CLASS. 1944: The Loop Master (Arcade-Version) in the Netherlands. Bionic Commando(Arcade) version Captain Commando (Arcade Version) Commando (Arcade Version) “Best in the time”. Final Fight (Arcade version) Forgotten Worlds (Arcade Version) Ghouls n Ghosts (Arcade Version) Legendary Wings (Arcade version) BEST IN TAPE MODE. MERCS (Arcade Version) PERFORMMENTS: COMMUNITY HERMOLOGY. Step 1: Hyper Fighting (Arcade Version) Strider (Arcade version) Vulgus (Arcade Version) BEST in TATE MODE. Mega Man (8-bit) Megaman 2 (8-bit) Mega Man X 16-bits (Much) Breath of fire (16 o’clock)
Moreover, Compatibility with all 36 previous Evercade cartridges containing almost 400 games in total.