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GAME PAD

 

 

Game pad thingy with built in games. Hardware inside is essentially a modified Famicom.

Looks like all the games are (once again) variations of Go. Why do Japanese people like Go so much? There's a handheld (Pasogo) and a console (My Vision) both dedicated to it. Are there like armies of Go Junkies running wild all over the streets of Japan,  ripping off car stereos to get their next Go fix? Can I walk down the street and get some from skanky Go whores? Is there like the special police Go squad that patrols dark alleys looking for Go pushers trying to hook little kids on vials of Go-dust?  Maybe I'm not supposed to understand. 

 

 

8/27/05: Thanks to emails from several people I now know the name of this machine actually is Game Pad, or "GEEMUPADDO" in Japanese, and there are 10 built in Games.

Thanks to James Abuery and Hugo Ponce de Leon for the translation.

 

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Name:

Game Pad portable multi player

"GEEMUPADDO"

Company:

Bandai

Year:

????

Games:

10

Notes:

All seem to be variations of Go.