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Analogue Pocket
A modern hand-held for playing old GameBoy gamees
A portable handheld. A digital audio workstation with a built-in synthesizer and sequencer. A tribute to portable gaming. Out of the box, Pocket is compatible with the 2,780+ Game Boy, Game Boy Color & Game Boy Advance game cartridge library
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Nintendo Switch is designed to fit your life, transforming from home console to portable system in a snap. So you get more time to play the games you love, however you like.

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Vinh Pham
Vinh Pham
My neglect of my Wii U was borderline criminal, but I've atoned for my error by spending a ton of time with my Switch. I think it's far from being a perfect gaming console, but it does the things it's trying to do really well by offering powerful enough gaming in a home system that you can take on the go. I'm excited about the upcoming games coming out this … See more
Vinh Pham
Vinh Pham
I've always liked having a portable gaming device with me since being gifted a Gameboy when I was a kid growing up in the 90s. I love the versatility of being able to play my Switch on my tv and take it on the go when I need to.
Robert Bye
Robert Bye
Zelda. That is all.
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The Verge
It's been almost a year since Nintendo launched its Switch Online service, and today the company announced the next big addition: access to SNES games, which will join the existing catalog of NES games already included with the service starting on September 5th.
The Verge
The Nintendo Switch can now run Android, turning the handheld into an Android tablet with access to Netflix, YouTube, Spotify, Twitch, a wide array of Android apps, and loads of classic game emulators, of course. Specifically, it's an unofficial port of LineageOS 15.1 based on Nvidia's own build for the Nvidia Shield TV set-top-box.
TechCrunch
Nintendo's Switch has now outsold its N64 console on lifetime sales, but prospects for the portable gaming system look mixed for the next year following a conservative sales forecast. Nintendo just announced its end of year financials, and in doing so it revealed that it sold 16.95 million Sw...
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It’s yellow. It fits in your pocket. It’s got a beautiful black and white screen. It’s not super cheap, but not super expensive. It includes brand new games from some amazing creators. Plus it has a crank.

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Mashable
The publishers of indie favourite Firewatch have unveiled quite the surprise: a handheld gaming system. Playdate is an adorable, pocket-sized unit from app developer Panic, who said they worked on the project over the last four years "just for fun."
TechCrunch
Tired of your smartphone games, and don't want to take the Switch with you on the train today? Panic, renowned creator of useful Mac apps and more recently publisher of interesting games, has created a tiny handheld console that goes anywhere and receives a regular trickle of new games. It's called...
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The Nintendo Switch Lite is designed specifically for handheld play—so you can jump into your favorite games wherever you happen to be.

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CNET
When emerged of a lower-cost Nintendo Switch that wouldn't have detachable Joy-Con controllers and couldn't plug into a TV, my son had one question. What's the point of a Switch that doesn't Switch? Good question. But that's exactly what Nintendo is releasing on Sept. 20. The Nintendo Switch Lite is handheld-only and costs $200.
The Verge
There's a new Switch on the way, and it's a whole lot smaller. Today Nintendo revealed the Switch Lite, designed as a less expensive alternative to the original tablet / console hybrid. It comes in at $199 - $100 less than the base unit - and for that price you get a streamlined version of the Switch, but also a few caveats.
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With a Nintendo Switch Online membership, you can play enhanced NES™ games the way they're meant to be played—using Nintendo Entertainment System-style controllers!

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http://www.theinquirer.net
AHEAD OF THE MOMENT where the Nintendo Switch's online play ceases to be free, the company has revealed a couple of sweeteners for the £20-per-year service. Most excitingly, the company is making wireless replicas of the NES pad which charge on the side of the console like unconvincing Joy-Con imposters.
Mashable
Wireless NES controllers are coming to the Nintendo Switch - a perfect pairing with the Switch's upcoming library of NES games. When the long-awaited Nintendo Switch Online service goes live on Sept. 18, subscribers will get access to 20 NES games including staples like Super Mario Bros.
Pocket-lint
Nintendo is holding its first Nintendo Direct presentation since E3 2018, and during the prerecorded broadcast, it is announcing game updates as well as new hardware, such as NES-style controllers for the Switch. Backing up a bit, Nintendo also detailed its upcoming Nintendo Switch Online service, which launches in September for $20 per year.
IGN
Preorders open September 18. NES-style controllers are coming to Nintendo Switch. Announced during today's Nintendo Direct, the controllers will be compatible exclusively with the "growing library" of NES games offered through Nintendo Switch Online - and the controllers themselves will only be available to purchase for Switch Online subscribers, according t… See more
The Verge
Nintendo announced a new, wireless NES controller for its Switch console, so players can enjoy classic titles coming to its online subscription service with the gamepad they were designed for. The company is launching its PSN and Xbox Live-like online service on September 18th, and with it will come 20 classic Nintendo titles that you'll get for free, with m… See more
Engadget
If you want a classic NES gameplay experience on the Switch, be prepared to shell out $60. Nintendo announced new wireless NES controllers today as an exclusive for subscribers of the Switch's online service. From what we can tell from the Nintendo Direct presentation, they seem to be an accurate rendition of the classic console gamepads.
TechRadar
Announced during the latest Nintendo Direct on September 13, gamers will soon be able to purchase a pair of wireless NES controllers for the Nintendo Switch, allowing them to revisit the company's classic 8-bit titles as they were meant to be played.
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