PSP Clone Plays NES Games on TV via PlayStation Controller Clone
A PSP clone known as the 2PG console comes with cartridges that allows you to play retro NES games. Moreover, the system has an A/V out and is supplied with a PlayStation clone controller in order to play the games on TV.
To quote: Sure, this portable gaming system might LOOK just a little bit like the Sony PSP, but don't expect it to play any games made in the last 15 years.
Another in a long line of cheap Chinese knock-off systems, the 2PG TC8281 handheld plays a mish-mash of questionable 8-bit and 16-bit retro games that come only on special multi-game cartridges.
The 2PG console comes with five built-in games, as well as an additional "112 in 1? game cartridge, for a total of 117 games for under $50. Hundreds of additional games can be played if you know where to look for the proper cartridges. The system also has an AV out and comes with a cheezy-looking Playstation clone controller so you can play games on your TV.
If you're willing to take a gamble on one of these somewhat suspect systems, you can get your hands on one over at DealExtreme for $48.80 USD. More PlayStation 3 News...
Always there have been imitations, I had an imitation of the ps1 that was using cassettes
Do Anything To Sell
Today people will do just about anything to sell their product due to such competition these days. I'm really not sure, but it kinda seems like a lawsuit in the making.