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djc wrote:BlasteroidAli wrote:I am assuming that it will be an extender cable and a firmware update. this will allow you to connect two Evercades together. Though I will await the surprise.
This sounds like a reasonable assumption.
Come to think of it, while a console version of the Evercade with multiple controllers would work fine, the above comments make the think of a dock for the Evercade that allows for two controllers and the mini-HDMI for vid signal. Low budget, but it would work.
Of note the recent releases for the Evercade include Piko Collection 2, which has a TON of sports games...