Analog 3D Plays Nintendo 64 Games at 4K Resolution, Released Next Year


    The Analog Pocket is a retro handheld marvel, capable of playing your favorite Game Boy and Game Boy Advance games on its beautiful screen with modern sensibility and technology – simply put, the best way to play Game Boy games. Yes, assuming you can get your Game Boy game. Always hands on selling tool. Now, Analog is targeting the Nintendo 64 catalog with its next device, the Analog 3D.

    Analog has shared an image of what appears to be a device, though its full look is unclear. You can see it at the top of the article, but it’s also below:

    Released alongside today’s news is a teaser image that shows a sleek, dark, and faithful recreation of the Nintendo 64 controller. You can check it out below:

    Analog says the 3D device will include 4K HDMI output, its proprietary Analog OS, wireless Bluetooth, and 2.4G Wi-Fi. It will also have “4 original-style controller ports,” presumably so players can use their original Nintendo 64 controllers with the 3D. The company says that 3D’s 4K output “allowed us to create incredibly deep original display modes,” and that in collaboration with 8BitDo, it will release a wireless controller for the device.

    Analog didn’t share much, but 3D is slated for release sometime in 2024. Pre-orders aren’t open yet, but if it’s anything like the Pocket release, pre-orders will be up before the actual release (and if you want, plan to. Pre-order because the Pockets sell out quickly. Gone).

    While waiting to know more, read on Informant in the game Analog Pocket Review.

    Are you excited about Analog 3D? Let us know in the comments below!


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