Buy a clone system instead?

It does SNES and NES. It’s a little under 40 bucks, not after tax though. Didn’t need the game save thing if I buy a clone system. Most clone systems support Super Famicom games.

Retro-Bit Retro Duo Twin Video Game System NES and SNES V3.0 – Black/Red

Well, I’m cheap, and impatient. So I might buy the clone system. Get it in two days for the clone system. Do they make one that does Genesis too? There’s another brand that does, but those have some bad reviews.

Retro-Bit Super RetroTRIO Console NES/SNES/Genesis 3-In-1 System – Red/Black

Now the question is, why did I buy a S-Video cable and a Game Save thing? If I buy a clone system, I don’t need either. Does the SD2SNES work with the clone system?

I have a Sega Genesis, so I should be cheap and get the NES/SNES clone.

Looks like SD2SNES should work on the Retro Duo. So I’ll just buy that. I bought some stuff I don’t need. I can still use the Game Save, assuming it works with clone systems. Then I can save games with dead batteries.

I could try selling the AV cable and Game Save thing. If I get a SD2SNES, I don’t need the Game Save, the saves will be on the SD card.

Yup, I’d rather buy a new clone system, then a 20+ year old SNES or Super Famicom. Cheaper too.