We have covered the JXD S5110B before and now we are proud to announce that it is available at GeekGoo.com for a great price. The S5110B is the latest dual core hand held Android gaming device from JXD. Featuring dual analog sticks, a familiar design with a 5 inch capacitive touch screen with HDMI out, the […]
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Willgoo, our first and continuing sponsor here at GoB has just let us know that the factory is closing out the Letcool 350JP hand held system (it is able to be connected to your HDTV for play at home too). This special closeout sale is limited to stock on hand, less than 10 available, and […]
Willgoo have just sent over word that the JXD S5300 is now available in their store. This is an interesting little hand held that has the capabilities of connecting with the JXD S602 for some wireless multi-player action. Full specs below:
Continuing the horror titles on PSP from the third issue of Gaming on Batteries Magazine, we have Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles from Konami: Side-scrolling adventure games usually aren’t scary per se, but they can deal with themes and locations which are. For our money,
Here at Gaming on Batteries, we are quite keen on new Android powered hardware, iOS also but Apple has a much more rigid release schedule on their stuff. Working closely with companies such as Willgoo out of China, we are able to find out about various pieces of tech that are coming out soon (just […]
Import hand held units are quite popular nowadays, gamers are looking for something different than what is available in the United States. Gamers want variety in hardware and in types of games they can play- both are areas that Android excells at. While not an Android device, the K101, the newest revision to the K1 […]
One thing this cell phone gaming phenomenon has done is that it has taken control of most games out of the hands of the gamer that is “playing” them. This is a design choice that gets more annoying depending on the genre of game that you are playing- running games are the worst offenders for […]
Hmm, what are some of the biggest cliches in gaming going today? Alien invasions? World War II? Zombies? Yeah, those are a start and the basis of One Epic Game by Grip Games. OEG is a runner game, there I said it early so anyone not into those types of games can stop reading right […]
Kairosoft have created quite a niche for themselves with their series of, seemingly, simple simulation games that started with Game Dev Story just a few years ago. Continuing the trend, Dungeon Village takes the series into the medieval ages (other titles have covered Grand Prix racing, space, cruise lines and even a mall or two).
JXD have several hand held devices on the market from tablet designs (S9000 and the S7600) to 4.3 inch (S601) and 7 inch (S7100B) models that feature physical controls. The price range is quite varied also from under one hundred dollars to about $250 (not including shipping charges).