The Analogue Pocket, a $199 retro portable console with the ability of playing Game Gear, Game Boy, Neo Geo Pocket Colour and Atari Lynx games in their original cartridge form has been delayed again. This time the console has been delayed to October.
The portable console was originally due to be released in 2020, but restrictions on supply chain have delayed the company’s plans of release.
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Analogue is allowing full refunds to anyone who had already pre-ordered the console and does not want to wait until October, if the console is released then.
The company’s blog post stated , ‘There have been sudden and severe electrical component shortages as well as logistical issues leading to a domino effect of challenges for nearly everyone in the industry.’ In another Tweet they revealed that the Super Nt system is being restocked in April, as well as Mega SG and DAC coming in 2021.