The Mega Game Boy measures in at a massive 15x10x5 inches, weighs over 7 kilograms and doesn't feature any back-lighting capabilities. It does, however, feature a HD 8-bit screen that renders the pixels bigger and sharper than before, but is still in 8-bit.
It will come packaged with a custom Jenga set made to look like Tetris blocks that can be slotted into the top of the machine, as well as a number of pre-loaded games which includes a retro-style remake of Pokemon Go, where all of the Pokemon look like shit.
"The Mega Game Boy is a gamechanger for the handheld market, in that it literally changes the way you play handheld games. Cause you can't carry it around Seriously. Don't try and take this out with you, you'll pull a muscle" Fils-Amie continued, "Honestly,the only reason we didn't make it arcade cabinet sized is because you suckers would probably buy that as well 12 months down the line"
The system is powered by a hefty AC adaptor, or for the true fan, can also be powered for 12 minutes with 50 AA batteries, making it slightly more economical than the Sega Game Gear.