If you can use a screwdriver, you can put your favorite GBA games on a bigger screen.
The latest 14.0.0 firmware update also allows downloaded games to be organized in custom folders.
Building the GameCube Advance in real life required a lot of compromises and a sacrificed Wii.
The research could one day lead to effective touch-typing on a touchscreen with no physical buttons.
The perfect Game Boy upgrade for nostalgic gamers with aging eyes.
And yet it's somehow still better than watching Star Wars: The Last Jedi in a movie theater.
You'll soon be able to share your lo-fi 2-bit images with the world.
The Analogue Pocket will cost $219 when preorders open Dec. 14.
If you can't wait for the Switch Pro, this beefy accessory will deliver big(ger) screen gaming on the go.
A clever hacker turns the GBA into the PSP gamers might actually want.
Put retro 16-bit graphics on the big screen without paying for Nintendo Switch Online.
The long-awaited handheld will let gamers explore what is promised to be a definitive archive of gaming.
If you can use a screwdriver, a soldering iron, and have $14 to spare, you can probably hack your own.