Evercade Capcom Super Pocket Portable Console

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Evercade Capcom Super Pocket Portable Console

Evercade Capcom Super Pocket Portable Console

Your Arcade in your pocket. From the makers of Evercade comes Hyper Mega Tech
and the brand new Capcom Super Pocket. A portable gaming device that you can
take anywhere in your pocket that doesn’t sacrifice power or playability. 12 amazing
arcade games, fully licensed from world famous publisher Capcom including Street
Fighter II’: Hyper Fighting, Final Fight, 1943, Strider, Ghouls ‘n Ghosts, along with
support for Evercade’s Cartridges to make this the ultimate arcade companion. 

  • Preloaded Games – 12 Capcom Arcade Classics
  • USB-C charging - For fast charging. Cable included
  • Connect Together - 2 devices connect for multiplayer
  • Evercade Compatible - Over 35 cartridges with 300+
  • RGB Screen - 2.8” RGB TFT Screen 240x320

Games List:

  • 1942 (Arcade version)
  • 1943 (Arcade version)
  • 1944 : The Loop Master (Arcade version)
  • Bionic Commando™ (Arcade version)
  • Captain Commando™ (Arcade version)
  • Final Fight™ (Arcade version)
  • Forgotten Worlds™ (Arcade version)
  • Ghouls ‘n Ghosts™ (Arcade version)
  • Street Fighter II’: Hyper Fighting (Arcade version)
  • Strider (Arcade version)
  • Mega Man (8-bit)
  • Wolf of the Battlefield: Mercs

1 Review

  • 4
    A great way to get into Evercade

    Posted by Sean S on Apr 2nd 2024

    I will note that I won one of these in a drawing, but I had been very interested in one before hand. But if you are looking to get into Evercade, this is a really good entry point at a decent price. The device is admittedly smaller than I expected, but it feels good in your hands. The sound is amazing on this little device and very impressive coming from the tiny speaker. The controls are good, but I did have some issues with the shooters moving in diagonals with the dpad. Also the shoulder buttons on the back take some getting use to, but only two games take advantage of the rear buttons. It has a really great collection of Capcom games, but given that Mega Man is the only one that isn`t an arcade game, it does feel out of place amongst the others. I am already looking into other Evercade cartridges to add to the collection now that I have had an opportunity to check out the quality of the equipment. Very happy to start adding these to my collection.