Saturday, July 24th, 2021

Random: Soulja Boy’s latest console can do things that Nintendo Switch can’t do



Soulja Boy has changed quite a lot of records in his time, but he seems obsessed with opening up another market: video games. If you remember, as early as 2018, he tried to sell a renamed Chinese game console running an unlicensed ROM, and then tried to release a clone of the Game Boy. After being presumed to take legal action, Soulja Boy was forced to delete these lists from the Internet and admitted that he “…had to complain, I have no choice.”

However, it seems that you cannot disappoint a good rapper. Earlier this year, Soulja Boy appeared again, making fun of another game console, a game console that looked a lot like it. a lot of Just like Xbox Series S. Soulja Boy is obviously optimistic about this project, said. “Building a new console from the ground up, a new design. All new games. All new deals. Let’s make history.” However, he seems to have embarked on his next adventure, which is another handheld device. guess what? He basically just added his support to cheap handheld consoles based on old hardware.

according to Vintage dodo, This TRDR pocket Soulja Boy is currently peddling is actually based on Retroid Pocket, which was cloned as Powkiddy A19.It focuses on simulation (like other systems promoted by Soulja Boy) but runs Android, so in theory you can install Android applications such as Netflix on it-something for Nintendo Switch Can’t do. It is positioned as a handheld computer and also allows you to indulge in social media applications and enjoy your games.

Catch? This product (or a product very similar to it) can usually be purchased for less than $100, but the price of TRDR Pocket is twice that of the product. Retro Dodo got in touch with Go Games, the Spanish company behind TRDR Pocket, and admitted that it did not know the rather incomplete history of Soulja Boy in gaming hardware. However, as of yesterday, the rapper is still promoting the device on his social media accounts.

As you might expect, many people in the gaming community have a negative attitude towards this device, but this does not seem to stop Soulja Boy, who is already teasing his successor.If this is not a fake PS Vita style from China in the end, and is already under a different name (and purchased with less cash), we will consume one Broad The number of hats.