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The Arcade Ultimate is a handheld Sega Mega Drive console on a chip created by AtGames. It is an enhanced version of the Arcade Portable, with the addition of a 6-button control pad (instead of 3) and a built-in lithium battery with USB charger.
Like its predecessor, the console relies on SD cards, though does not support saving, making RPGs difficult to finish as they must be played through in one sitting. Also like its predecessors, the actual name of this console is disputed - AtGames call it the Arcade Ultimate on their website, but most packaging designs call the system the Gopher. Other names include the Sega Mega Drive Arcade Ultimate Portable, Sega Genesis Firecore Portable Player and Sega Mega Drive Firecore Portable Player. In Brazil the system is known as the MD Play.
The console uses the same "console-on-a-chip" technology as its predecessor, and has an identical selection of games. However, the SD card input should allow most Mega Drive games to be played, emulation permitting. It also has a TV output connection, so that games can be played on a large screen, though it will only produce a NTSC signal.
Two different versions of the unit exist, though have very similar aesthetics. Newer models, sometimes known as the Gopher Wireless, are able to interact with AtGames' brand of wireless controllers, which are both sold separately and bundled with some other AtGames consoles. In Russia, black/green and black/blue models exist along with the standard black/orange.
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