Evercade has in a short time made a strong name in retrogaming and their consoles “Evercade Versus” and “Evercade” have sold like schmöreh, and now it’s time for their latest invention; EXP. Evercade EXP is an improved version of their first machine and it will be released in Sweden on the 24th of November and can now be pre-ordered from the official Arcade Dreams dealer who supplies the entire range. EXP houses a 4.3″ 800×480 IPS screen protected by tempered glass, it has 720p HDMI output and a 3000mA battery that lasts for about five hours. It also includes 18 cult classic Capcom arcade games which you can see a list of below.

The games built into the upcoming Evercade EXP:
• 1942 (Arcade version)
• 1943 (Arcade version)
• 1944 : The Loop Master (Arcade version)
• Bionic Commando™ (Arcade version)
• Captain Commando™ (Arcade version)
• Commando™ (Arcade version)
• Final Fight™ (Arcade version)
• Forgotten Worlds™ (Arcade version)
• Ghouls ‘n Ghosts™ (Arcade version)
• Legendary Wings™ (Arcade version)
• MERCS (Arcade version)
• Street Fighter II’: Hyper Fighting (Arcade version)
• Battles (Arcade version)
• Vulgus™ (Arcade version)
• Mega Man (8-bit)
• Mega Man 2 (8-bit)
• Mega Man X (16-bit)
• Breath of Fire (16-bit)

“The Evercade EXP is the newest handheld retro gaming console from Blaze Entertainment, creators of the Evercade. The Evercade EXP features 18 built in games from game publisher Capcom* and the IREM Arcade 1 cartrdige collection, and features the new TATE mode with its expanded buttons. The new handheld Evercade EXP brings arcade, console and home computer gaming into your hands using the bespoke Evercade cartridge system, giving access to over 380 games across 35+ collections – five decades of gaming on one device. The Evercade EXP features a high resolution IPS screen for greater viewing angles and better quality, built-in WiFi for easy updates and the brand new TATE mode, that allows for seamless and comfortable vertical gaming using dedicated buttons. It also supports the entire Evercade cartridge library.”

Source: Gamereactor