Android Device Turned Gaming Console… Wow! (Video)

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  • 12 Jul 2012
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  • If you’re too cheap to pay $100 for the Ouya Android game console, you can turn your Android device into a console. Pretty cool, right? In order to turn that device into said console, you need to use an emulator for the older titles and also for new ones from other gaming platforms.

    You can hook up the phone to the TV, rely on your SNES emulator or the Gameboy or whatever and play the games you fancy on your devices. Wiimotes and gamepads are also supported here and the good news is that you can get basically every Nintendo game that ever existed here. Fans of retro games will love the experience and you’ll download your favourite titles to the SD card. In the video below you can see a controller being controlled with the aid of a Bluetooth-oriented app.

    You just select IME, connect to Blue IME and the joystick (that’s a PS3 controller clone) works just fine. Castlevania is shown in the video, controlled by the joystick and you can also see the handset hooked up to a bit HD screen. You can see the skilled guy here entering Resident Evil, that actually looks very nice.

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