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TechnologyAspiring tech mogul Soulja Boy releases his own video game console

01:55  07 december  2018
01:55  07 december  2018 Source:   avclub.com

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“ Releasing my own video game console very soon. All my celeb friends that need one I will be sending some out for review. I will pick some fans too just See footage of his announcement below and check back for more details as they become available. I’ve included a video of the new SODMG

[MEDIA] souljaboy Releasing my own video game console very soon. All my celeb friends that need one I will be sending some out for review. You'll have all the games real ones need: Fornite and Call of Duty Modern Warfare. Why would you need anything else?

Aspiring tech mogul Soulja Boy releases his own video game console© Photo: Greg Doherty (Getty Images)

Soulja Boy, creator of “Crank Dat,” is attempting to change the game yet again (pun, as always, intended) with the release of his own video-game console.

Soulja is diving head first into the tech industry with the $149 SouljaGame and $99 SouljaGame Handheld, devices that come preloaded with 3000-plus games gleaned from classic consoles like Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color, and NeoGeo. Both systems come dipped in a milky white color that inexplicably looks great on the stationary console and unpalatable on the hand-held version. Hold your excitement, though: Geek.com reports that the two consoles appear to simply be re-skins of the Anbernic retro gaming console, an $80 system that boasts the same Linux specs and makes the same claims of “3000 pre-installed games.”

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“ Releasing my own video game console very soon. All my celeb friends that need one I will be sending some out for review. I will pick some fans Soulja has been very busy lately having delivered Young Drako , King , and “Larry Bird” last month. He dropped videos for “No Hook (True Story)” and

American rapper Soulja Boy has begun selling two video game consoles on his online store “ Soulja Watch.” These consoles are existing unofficial It looks like a Wii and Xbox One fused together that uses knock-off looking PS2 controllers. This is hilarious. SouljaBoy also sells his own phone, tablet

These two products are not the first from the aspiring tech mogul. In fact, Souljawatch.com—the sole retailer of the SouljaGame consoles—also sells SouljaPods wireless earbuds, the SouljaPhone HT70 (are there other versions of the SouljaPhone that we’ve somehow missed?), and the SouljaWatch—which is, you guessed it, Soulja Boy’s apparent flagship smartwatch.

In a perfect world, celebration would be in order for a 28-year-old former child music star-turned-entrepreneur creating a new wave with his indie gaming console. Unfortunately, this isn’t that perfect world, and Soulja Boy’s admirably grandiose dreams have materialized as merely a questionably legal repackaging of an already outdated system. Hopefully Soulja gets his dev team on the phone to work on some true innovation—there’s no way that the next iteration of the SouljaPhone shouldn’t allow users to kiss thru it.

[via Geek]

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