toys
Hasbro is Bringing Back Tiger Electronics’ Handheld LCD Games

New York's Toy Fair 2020 is just a couple of days away and soon the internet will be abuzz with all the new toys arriving this year, but all the old toys as well. Continuing a trend seen at the show for the past couple of years, Hasbro today revealed it’s bringing back Tiger Electronics’ handheld video games in four new versions. Read More >>

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This Battery Pack With Built-In Games Lets You Never Talk to Another Soul Ever Again

Occasionally, the makers of the junk gadgets you can find at gas stations, convenience stores, and mall kiosks manage to come up with a genuinely useful piece of tech. Such is the case with this 8,000 mAh backup battery featuring its own built-in video game system so you can continue to ignore the world around you while waiting for your smartphone to come back to life. Read More >>

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I’ll Take This Custom Handheld Sega Dreamcast Over the Switch Lite Any Day

While everyone is oohing and aahing over the Nintendo Switch Lite, I’d rather throw £200 at YouTube’s GmanModz to build me this fully functional Sega Dreamcast that’s been cut down and miniaturised to squeeze inside of a portable housing that’s about the size of the 2DS. Read More >>

techversary
The Game Boy Turns 25 Today

You've almost certainly played a game on your phone today. Some beautiful, high-res game with a rainbow of colours and fluid animation. You've got a lot of power in your pocket these days, but portable gaming owes a lot to the chunky old Game Boy, which is 25 years old today. Read More >>

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Nintendo Goes Retro and Cheapo With Bizarre New 2DS Portable Downgrade

Nintendo's announced one of its most peculiar new pieces of hardware since the Virtual Boy, with its 2DS console taking the portable maker's twin-screen clamshell portable ethos and making it into a rigid flat slab -- and removing the glasses-free 3D display feature completely. Read More >>

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Nintendo’s 3DS XL is Bigger, But no Better Than the Original

Nintendo has just announced the 3DS XL, a larger version of its troubled 3D handheld console with a 90 per cent larger screen and enhanced battery capacity. Read More >>