The Compact G
A blatant rip off of the Nintendo DS, the Compact G looks to be more like an old Tiger Electronics game than DS.
See more at Kotaku.
Neo Double Gamesv
As you can see from the review above, the Neo Double Games is a DS without any of the fun of, I don't know, graphics. Well. It has graphics but since it's on an LCD screen the resolution stands at about 1bit. Well worth the $2.
It amazes me that one can take a silly name like the Wii and make it even more ridiculous just by adding a second Wi to it. The system says that it is like it's namesake, but the graphics are from the 8bit era.
Super Polystation 2v
The Polystation is the Godfather of rip off brands. Having been around since the early 90's, Polystation has gone through many different phases. The first two generations plugged into the TV and had knockoff NES type games. (Even though they look like Sony Playstations). The latest generation is profiled later.
Just like the Neo Double Games, and I do mean EXACTLY like it. The only real difference is that the POP Station is ripping off the PSP instead of the DS.
This is the latest version of the "hit" knockoff brand. While looking like a PS3, only has a tiny screen that plays LCD games. Seems like the graphics are working their way down instead of up, like it was made on some sort of Bizarro Earth. (re: China)
Super Megason IV
This is probably the first, and only, knockoff listed that could be of any real use. The Treamcast is actually a portable clone machine of the Dreamcast, meaning that it can actually play Dreamcast games instead of making up it's own or replacing them completely with crappy LCD games.
Too bad it is for a system that died a decade ago.
Imagine a kid's excitement on Christmas day when they open their present and it's a brand new Game Boy, er, Game Joy. I'm assuming this company is counting on parents that are either hard of hearing or dyslexic. (And unaware that it is not 1994)
The PX-3600 looks like a Frankenstein Monster version of the PS1, X-Box Classic and original NES. Mix that with a name that reminds me of the workout program I bought and never used and you have a winner!
As the video above shows, the graphics on this Wii knockoff aren't horrible, they just aren't anywhere near the quality of this current generation. It does come with 39 games attached, so I'd buy that for a dollar.
Coming with the same assortment of accessories as the Polystations, eXtreme Box looks like an Xbox and plays like an NES. My favorite is that the light gun looks like a real pistol. Great job.
Another version of the POP Station, only now it comes with the name of a hardcore drug.
The POP Station people strike again, only this time they decided to knockoff a controller instead of a full bulky system.
LTPS Handy Gamev
The knockoff PSP Go. I like that they fake a color screen by putting a color background on the LCD game.
X-Changable LCD Game Packv
Because X-Box Classic is still relevant. These ripoff artists really have their fingers on the pulse of the entertainment industry.
Overlord Leaves His Wife
Super Wonderful Mariov
I love that every step your character makes in this game it changes to something new. One second you're Toad, the next you're Kirby then Peach then Daisy then Yoshi then Luigi. It's like who I think a schizophrenic must feel.
Mega Drive Extreme
Extreme? Xbox? Get it? Regardless of how this console looked, it had absolutely nothing to do with Xbox games. Instead, it was just a crappy Sega Genesis rip-off with an Xbox coat of paint. It also had controllers that looked like PS1 controllers with a PS2 coat of paint and six buttons on the face.
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