- That's right folks, wrap your minds around this – a phone that features Playstation buttons, has a Microsoft Windows operating system, and plays Nintendo games. Confused yet? How about the fact that the phone was made in "Koera" – No, that's not a typo, that's what is printed on the phone.
Sound to good to be true? That's because it is. The Chinese made phone is very much illegal, and will probably never make it across the ocean. Even still, one can't help but wonder what a phone with multiple emulators would be like. After doing a little research, I came up with an NES emulator for mobile phones called VNES, which claims to allow 8 bit Nintendo games to be playable on most newer series Nokia phones.
From a purely business standpoint, putting classic titles on cell phones seems like a no brainer. The arcady vibe of the late 80's made for a pick up and play experience that lends itself well to a portable platform. Even still, it may be a while before we can legitimately get our 8 bit mobile gaming on.
With the re-releasing a majority of it's hits on Virtual Console, it's doubtful Nintendo will part with the licensing rights to their classic games for anything less than an exorbitant amount of money.