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Game.com might not be the most popular handheld, even among the less popular ones [..what?] but if you think it totally sucks, you're wrong. Partially.

If you have no idea what a Game.com is, it's a handheld gaming platform developed by Tiger, released in second half of '97. It featured a touch screen, and even though it didn't impress display-wise [190 x 108, displaying four shades of grey] it was capable of using rather neat PCM samples. Nice touch in all fighting games, where you actually get to hear the announcer.



So what am I so happy about? I've managed to score five games, sealed, in mint condition, and I got a bargain. Usually Game.com games, even though rather low in price, wear higher pricetags than what I have paid for these titles.



As you can see, Game.com did get some decent titles, such as Resident Evil and Fighters Megamis [also worth mentioning: Mortal Kombat Trilogy and Sonic Jam]. And all would be fine if it wasn't for the terrible refresh rate of the screen. Graphics are really cool, sound rocks, but the refresh rate makes you feel as if you were playing a Game & Watch title. And that's not good at all.

However, if you do come across one of these, give it a try. Game.com systems can be extremly cheap these days, since noone will have them. A nice addition to your collection, especially if you're into handhelds of all sorts.

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