Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

Blaze’s Evercade VS console has been postponed until December

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Blaze Entertainment today announced that the Evercade VS Retro Console has been slightly delayed.

The NES-style system, which runs a physical cart and is the home version of the popular Evercade handheld, was scheduled to arrive in November and is now available in Europe in mid-December. There is a release period from December 8th to 17th, which is an approximation. North American customers sadly have to wait until 2022 and will be given a revised release date of January 14th.

Andrew Byatt, Managing Director of Blaze Entertainment, said:

Many are aware of increasing pressure on truck freight, port congestion, and shipping companies to secure inventories around the world. Like many other companies, you need to rely on this infrastructure to get the console. For the past three months, this situation has become so difficult that, despite the best plans, we have not been able to find a way to improve the results.

Sadly, that’s not the end of the bad news – the six new Evercade cartridges are also behind. Ships with the new console.

He has provided a lot of coverage to Evercade in the past. This is mainly because some of the cartridges contain titles originally found in Nintendo systems such as NES and SNES.

In addition to announcing the delay, Blaze also revealed more information about the Evercade VS user interface.

Improvement of save game function It has the ability to delete screenshots and save games.
New quick save feature [最後の保存を読み込む]With the click of a button, you can launch the last saved game directly from the UI.
New display modeIncludes Pixel Perfect aspect ratio, background bezel, scanline filter-changeable on the fly
Detailed game informationIncludes a game introduction and a complete on-screen control scheme.
Online updateAlso includes additional controller mappings, themes and background music!