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Analogue's reimagining of the N64 to launch in 2024

Meanwhile, preorders for the TurboGrafx-16 inspired Analogue Duo, revealed in 2020, were opened in May

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Analogue has announced that it is working on a N64 FPGA machine.

The device inspired by the Nintendo 64 will launch in 2024, and among its features is the option to display 64-bit era games in 4K resolution.

A price was not announced, but the console follows Analogue's product slate of retro devices ranging from handheld to home consoles.

This May, preorders were opened for the Analogue Duo, a system inspired by the TurboGrafx-16, also known as the PC Engine outside of North America.

Duo is compatible with Hucards, TurboChips, and CD-ROM game formats and has a retail price of $249.99; Analogue announced the device in 2020.

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