The ‘90s rivalry between the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis was fierce, dividing playgrounds across the country. But three decades later, if you’ve managed to get your hands on an Analogue Pocket, you don’t have to take a side, as the handheld now plays both SNES and Genesis games with...

Expandability was one of the best promised features when Analogue first announced its Pocket handheld back in late 2019, with an extra FPGA that developers could use to transform the handheld into other consoles, which now includes the Super Nintendo, through some very easy updates. Read...