The Analogue Pocket is a retro handheld wonder that lets you play your favorite Game Boy and Game Boy Advance games on its beautiful screen with modern sensibilities and technology – simply put, it’s the best way to play a Game Boy Game to play provided you can get your hands on the always sold out device. Now Analogue is targeting the Nintendo 64 catalog with its next device, the Analogue 3D.
Analogue shared an image of what appears to be the device, but the full look at it is unclear. You can see it at the top of the article, but it’s also below:
An image released alongside today’s news shows what appears to be a sleek, black and faithful replica of the Nintendo 64 controller. You can check it out below:
According to Analogue, the 3D device will feature 4K HDMI output, its proprietary Analogue operating system, wireless Bluetooth and 2.4G Wi-Fi. It will also feature “4 original-style controller ports,” presumably so players can use their original Nintendo 64 controllers with the 3D. The company says that the 4K output of the 3D “allowed us to create incredibly deep original viewing modes” and that it will be releasing a wireless controller for the device in collaboration with 8BitDo.
Analogue hasn’t revealed more, but the 3D is scheduled to release sometime in 2024. Pre-orders aren’t available yet, but if it’s anything like the Pocket release, pre-orders will happen well in advance of the actual release (and if you want one, plan to pre-order as the Pockets sold out immediately).
While you wait to learn more, read Game Informer’s Analog Pocket Review.
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