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Rejoice, 16-bit gamers! One last batch of Analogue's SNES and Genesis consoles is being produced.

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 Rejoice, 16-bit gamers! One last batch of Analogue's SNES and Genesis consoles is being produced.

Rejoice, 16-bit gamers! One last batch of Analogue's SNES and Genesis consoles is being produced.


Although Analogue has been producing vintage console clones for 11 years, the portable Pocket brought the firm thousands of new customers who are now clamouring for its more dated gear, which is sometimes difficult to find. However, a statement released by the business over the weekend ought to have fans of 16-bit video games yelling for Analogue to stop talking and take their money.

Yesterday, Analogue announced three different things in a blog post that was uploaded on its website. The first is that, after patiently waiting in Group B and C, 95% of all Pocket pre-orders will start shipping out this month and throughout the remainder of the year until 2022 comes to an end.a "limited number of leftover orders" shipping in 2023 as soon as supply permits.
Rejoice, 16-bit gamers! One last batch of Analogue's SNES and Genesis consoles is being produced.



The Analogue Pocket launch, which was initially announced back in October of 2019, was significantly delayed by the Covid-19 epidemic and its associated supply chain problems, but it ultimately began delivering in late December 2021 for those who placed pre-orders early. This should be good news for those who are running out of patience because everyone else, including those who waited until reviews were released before ordering, have had a far lengthier wait.

Rejoice, 16-bit gamers! One last batch of Analogue's SNES and Genesis consoles is being produced.


One of the Analogue Pocket's most inventive features is its ability to play games from a variety of retro handheld devices utilising their original game cartridges. This is made possible through a number of adapters. The Pocket Cartridge Adaptor set will be made pre-orderable on Analogue's website beginning on October 21 for $US99 ($137), with delivery anticipated for the third quarter of 2023, the company added in a separate announcement issued yesterday. More waiting, but the kit includes three adapters: one for Neo Geo Pocket Colour and Neo Geo Pocket carts, one for TurboGrafx-16, PC Engine, and SuperGrafx carts, and the third for using Atari Lynx carts with the Pocket.

Rejoice, 16-bit gamers! One last batch of Analogue's SNES and Genesis consoles is being produced.


The most exciting news Analogue provided yesterday was that it would also conduct a final production run for its Super Nt and Mega Sg consoles. These devices, like the Pocket, use an FPGA chip to flawlessly replicate the gameplay capabilities of the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis consoles, respectively. Super Nt and Mega Sg pre-orders will open on October 28 for $US199 ($276), with shipment scheduled for late 2023. Because pre-orders are likely to fill out quickly, we strongly advise signing up for the stock notice on the Analogue online shop.


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