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A game system clone is a third-party remake of a game system. In many cases, they are bootlegged/pirated/unlicensed. These kind of game systems are often sold online, or at flea markets especially in developing countries, where it is seen as an affordable alternative to more expensive consoles such as the PlayStation 2.

Game system clones come in a variety of styles, shell shapes, etc. In some cases, a game system clone will have built-in games, and a cartridge slot for expansion. One of the most cloned game systems of all time is the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).

One of the most popular NES clones was the Russian Dendy game console. The machine is so popular that in Russia, game consoles in general are often referred to as Dendys.

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