Should you buy Soulja Boy’s new “TRDR” handheld game console? The “SouljaGame” brand released several game consoles over the years, like the ‘Retro SouljaBoy Mini’ (which is really a ‘Revo K101’ ripoff, having thousands of games Soulja Boy did not make) and the “SouljaGame Fuze” (modeled after ‘Xbox One’ and ‘PlayStation 4’). For those of you who do not know, the “Revo K101” is a “Game Boy Advance” clone.
Some of us feel that “Nintendo” should have never discontinued the “Game Boy” line of handhelds. Unsurprisingly, legal issues came about where “Nintendo” threatened Soulja Boy, leading to the consoles being removed from his store.
We know that Soulja Boy (Big Draco) likes to admit he is the first rapper to release his own video game console. How about with all of that money Soulja Boy has as he represents SOD Money Gang (Stacks on Deck Money Gang), he hires games designers that will create original games after he creates original video game consoles? Maybe that is too time-consuming because the easy route would be taking ideas from others and marketing it as his own (with slight modifications).
Why You May Buy The Game Console:
What can you say about Soulja Boy who became hip hops biggest troll? Other trolls to name in pop culture are Tekashi69, Logan “The Maverick” Paul, and Jake Paul. Soulja Boy likes to say he created the internet, as well as nearly anything you can think of. Well, he was the first rapper on YouTube or at least the first rapper that got successful off of YouTube, where “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” amassed tens and millions of views. He created his first album using “FL Studio” to craft his beats, made the internet go bananas with new dance moves, is a Grammy-nominated artist, and influenced many mumble rappers. Simply put, he is Soulja Boy.
Soulja Boy’s new console, the “TRDR Pocket 4G” is a limited edition release, costing $199.99. It has a 3.5-inch touchscreen, Helio P60 processor, HDMI output, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and 4G internet connectivity. For $8.50 per month, Soulja Boy a prepaid SIM from Vodafone with shipments of the console.
The “Fireball Red/Soulja Boy Edition” is powered by “Android,” including entertainment apps like Netflix, Apple Music, and Spotify. It includes all of the social network apps you could want with the latest adventure/RPG (role-playing game) and sports games. Download your MP3, MP4, WAV, or movie files through the SD slot or directly to your device. Access the web with Chrome via super-fast 2.4G or 5G Wifi connection. Also, this console includes TRDR headphones, HDMI output, and MINI USB CABLE.
Knowing all of this, do you think the Soulja Boy “TRDR Pocket 4G” is worth getting? For a long time, many people thought Soulja Boy was joking that he created a video game console. Are you willing to just collect every video game in the world? Do you find use for the “TRDR” device? Are you mad because you do not own the device?