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    Default Brazilian Nintendo / SEGA compatible consoles for sale

    Just found this consoles for sale: http://www.walmart.com.br/Vitrine/Bu...ca=&ordenacao=

    If anyone's interested, U$ 1.00 is around R$ 2.30.

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    They have Wal-Mart in Brazil? That blows my mind.


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    My Brazilian is a little rusty...what exactly are these consoles?

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    Taking a wild guess here, but I think they're those Atari Flashback type consoles. The ones where the games are preloaded into the memory.

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    1) Console Dynacom Wi Vision

    -NES Compatible
    -111 in-memory games
    -also comes with a 106-in-1 cartridge, 1 wireless controller, 1 wired controller, 1 gun controller, 1 bivolt power cable


    2) Console Dynavision Xtreme Full

    -NES Compatible
    -comes with a 106-in-1 cartridge, 2 controllers, 1 gun controller, 1 bivolt power cable


    3) Console Mega Drive 3

    -86 in-memory games, including FIFA 2008, Need For Speed Pro Street, The Sims 2, Sonic 3, Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle, Altered Beast, Golden Axe, Kid Chameleon, etc...


    I'm curious about the titles that comes with the Mega Drive...
    -comes with 2 controllers

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    So they actually play NES carts?

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    Yes, they do!

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    Will they even ship outside of Brazil?

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    I think they might ship outside, otherwise you can ask your local Walmart to import it to you.

    Isn't this rare: http://www.walmart.com.br/Control/Ar...dArquivo=89535 ?

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    The Dynavision was one of the first famiclones ever produced in Brazil. In fact, it was the Dynavision II - since the first Dynavision was a 2600 clone. It hit the shelves at the early 90s, and then followed by similar consoles such as the Phantom System and the Turbo Game.

    As far as I know, it's the only clone from that era still in production (the Wi Vision is made by Dynacom too). It's had a lot of versions, and some of them were really cool - including a machine with two cart slots, which would play 60 and 72 pin carts, without the need for an adapter.

    During the 90s, Dynacom would also produce turbo controllers for the other famiclones on the market (and even for the NES. They looked liked this) and, at some point, a Mega Drive clone called Megavision - but Tec Toy, SEGA's licensed distributor, sued their asses hard, and the thing was avaiable for less then an year, I guess. I own one, and it's really, really cool.

    I've seen these modern versions of the Dynavision for sale, and they're pretty cool - although they only play 60 pin carts now, and are waaaaaay overpriced. They're as light as usual, but apparently well built. They seem to be more durable then the Yobo clones (even though I've only seen pictures), they're not worth importing other than for collecting purposes. At least, that's what I think.

    As for the SEGA thingies: no cart slot, so they suck. I gotta say that the new SMS looks cool, while the MD looks like a DSL modem and has seemingly crappy controllers.
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    My first console was a Top Game (previous version of Turbo Game)... one of the many brazilian NES-compatible consoles.

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    My first NES "compatible" was a famiclone in the true sense of the word: a Famicom ripoff that would only differ from the original for having detachable controllers. It came with Circus Charlie and YOKO's SFII pirate cart. It malfunctioned soon, my dad went back to the store and brought another one, this time with wired pads.

    This one stayed with me for years, and I loved it. and I played it even after I got my Mega Drive. It eventually went FUBAR, I threw it away, and now I hate myself for doing so every single day of my life.

    I also remember that, when shopping for an 8-bit machine to buy, I considered asking for a Geniecom - a cool famiclone with a internal Game Genie and wireless RF output. I gave up because it was too expensive (didn't wanna hurt my dad's pockets) and I don't like the concept behind the Game Genie that much (I have one for the Genesis, but used it just once).

    I regret it, though, because it was one of the coolest famiclones ever made. It can be (kinda) seen here.
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    This is most likly Tec Toy stuff, they've continued to support the master System for about 15 years, though the newer models don't have cart slots they do have stupidly high numbers of inbuilt games.
    I'm having a huge games clearout - aprox 500 items
    Please view what's on ebay right now: http://shop.ebay.co.uk/merchant/kroo...rsZ1QQ_fromZQQ

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    From a purely aesthetic standpoint I like the overall style of the Console Master System 3 even though it dosnt have a cart slot.. looks like they are out of stock though..

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    Can someone explain to me why TecToy sells Master Systems with 6-button controllers, and MegaDrives with 3-button controllers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kedawa View Post
    Can someone explain to me why TecToy sells Master Systems with 6-button controllers, and MegaDrives with 3-button controllers?
    That's easy. Because they suck.

    Now, seriously: since they did away with the cart slot, I lost all respect for Tec Toy. This controller issue is just another example of their disregard for brazilian gamers.
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