PVP box

The PVP's box

Play Vision Portable (PVP) is the name of a series a NES-On-a-Chip (NOAC) Famiclones and other clone consoles that resemble a PlayStation Portable (PSP).


The PVP was released around 2011, the console was an NES clone that has built-in games. It has a rechargeable battery and uses a Game Boy Advance SP charger, though it has been reported that the charger sometimes can't charge the rechargeable battery.

A later model, the PVP 2, is a Mega Drive/Sega Genesis clone.

There is also a PVP 3, and a system called the PVP crash 9, which uses different cartriges.

The PVP's Box

The PVP's box claims that it has 100% full color, the box also claims to have 8,888 "hot" games. The box also says "Super Big Screen, Super More Joy, Super More Games!"

List of Included Games

Due to the fact that the PVP has different models, the PVP will usually have different included games, but here's a list of games commonly found on the PVP:



  • Sonic The Hedgehog (glitched, starts at Scrap Brain Zone)
  • Sonic Spinball
  • Sonic Eraser (prototype)
  • Pac-Mania
  • Alex Kidd in Miracle World
  • Tetris
  • Sunset Riders



*On the back of the PVP 2 box, screenshots from New Super Mario Bros. Wii and Ms. Pac-Man appear, despite not being on any known versions of the system.


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