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Many different models of the PVP exist, and they are somewhat hard to distinguish from each other. Even systems that share the same name and box art can have a different game list, or potentially be based on an entirely different console platform. Quality can also vary between models, with several featuring problems such as incorrect screen sizes (leading to the graphics looking squashed) and charger malfunctions.
 
Many different models of the PVP exist, and they are somewhat hard to distinguish from each other. Even systems that share the same name and box art can have a different game list, or potentially be based on an entirely different console platform. Quality can also vary between models, with several featuring problems such as incorrect screen sizes (leading to the graphics looking squashed) and charger malfunctions.
   
A later model, the ''PVP 2'', is a Mega Drive/Sega Genesis clone. They are based on [[Firecore]] architecture, a cheap and somewhat poor clone hardware popularized by [[AtGames]]. This hardware was reused in the ''[[PXP3|PVP 3]]'' (also known as the ''PXP3'').
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A later model, the ''PVP 2'', is a Mega Drive/Sega Genesis clone. They are based on Firecore architecture, a cheap and somewhat poor clone hardware popularized by [[AtGames]]. This hardware was reused in the ''[[PXP3|PVP 3]]'' (also known as the ''PXP3'').
   
 
A system called the ''PVP Crash 9'' is based on [[VT03]] hardware (although this is menu only, the included games are standard NES) and uses different cartridges. This variation is sometimes referred to as the PVP Station Light.
 
A system called the ''PVP Crash 9'' is based on [[VT03]] hardware (although this is menu only, the included games are standard NES) and uses different cartridges. This variation is sometimes referred to as the PVP Station Light.
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