Launched last year, the original Evercade is a handheld console that plays cartridge-based collections of classic games licensed from the likes of Atari, Data East, and Namco. While it has an HDMI output for connection to a TV, it remains a one-player experience. The Evercade VS is out to fix that. It has four USB ports with support for multiplayer sessions in any game that supports them and works with a wide array of controllers. It has two cartridge slots for access to up to 40 games at once, can output at up to 1080p resolution, and will be available for pre-order starting May 28 in a starter pack that includes the console, one cartridge, and one controller.