Here’s a better look at the Game and Watch handheld, which launched in November


Nintendo is taking a closer look at the new Game & Watch hardware coming on November 13 that will already come with the original Super Mario Bros. sport. If you missed out on the announcement last week, this is a $ 49.99 device that is being released in limited quantities for the celebration of Mario’s 35th anniversary – and it’s possible to get your hands on one too Be difficult. In addition to the original Mario title, it comes loaded Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels (Continue as Super Mario Bros. 2 In Japan) and a Mario themed version The ball, A new twist on the classic game and watch game that was first released decades ago.

The display appears to be backlit, which would be great.
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This video clip mostly depicts the ins and outs of modern Game and Watch consoles (Nintendo’s handheld devices predating Game Boy). It has a sharp LCD screen that appears to be backlit, and the general design is reminiscent of the GBA Micro. To its right, the Game and Watch features a USB-C port to charge its rechargeable battery.

Nintendo also teased the Easter Clock-filled digital clock function, which only reflects a few Yoshi’s Super mario world Style. Maybe we’ll see a future game and watch next with that SNES classic?

It seems incredibly basic in terms of device functions and features, but it’s quite exciting to see Nintendo recreate handhelds. The Nintendo Switch has effectively transformed the company’s dedicated handheld business, but it’s good to see that its chops are still kicking in making experimental pocket-friendly devices.