I recently watched a few reviews of a console called the Retro Freak, and was particularly fascinated by it. I'm addition to the many consoles' games it is able to play, there was a nifty little feature that two of the reviewers pointed out which especially caught my interest: apparently, the Retro Freak has an SD card slot where you can insert an SD card with a patch and the system will be able to run the game with the patch enabled (the example one reviewer used is running a Japanese Chrono Trigger game with an English translation patch as the Japanese cartridge of the game costs significantly less than an English one). This feature interested me because I tracked down quite a few Super Famicom games to play over the years, but could never get the full enjoyment of them because of the language barrier. Unfortunately, on my SSD, I don't get enough money to afford a Retro Freak (plus, my brother insists that emulation-based consoles are extremely laggy and generally terrible). But, my brother also insists that adapters are available for some of the older consoles (like NES, SNES, and Genesis) that allow you to plug a SD card with a patch into them and will then run the patch with the game on the original consoles, and that these adapters only cost a fraction of the price of a Retro Freak. The trouble is that I am unable to find any such adapters. I just keep finding standard Famicom-to-NES adapters and directions on how to mod a SNES to play import games (which I did to mine at least 20 years ago). So my question here is twofold. First, do such adapters really exist (or is my brother just full of crap)? Second, if these kind of adapters are real, where can I get one? I hope you guys can help me out so I can find a way to play translations of the Super Famicom games I've acquired over the years (without having to download any illegal ROMs or run them on my laptop with an emulator), and maybe even try out some of the awesome ROMhacks you guys have made on a real console (if it can indeed run patches, why not hacks as well as translations after all; how cool would that be?)! Thanks in advance to anyone and everyone who can help! You are all very much appreciated!