The Amico shares some similarities with the standard retro console release. Det vil antagelig spille en slew eller klassiske titler som 80’ers babyer kan huske å spille gjennom på deres stue tv. Intellivision titles like Astrosmash SNAFU and Utopia are all in line to get new life on the Amico, as are a number of industry classics like Pong Centipede and Super Burgertime . The company is promising updated graphics, new levels, and multiplayer modes for many of the throwbacks.
Intellivision does not just want to bring back some old games, though. The company hevder at det vil tilby en tilgangsbar, familieorienteret spillopplevelse som alle kan hente og spille uavhengig av ferdighetsnivå. It’s positioning the Amico as an alternative to the Xbox One and PS4. Intellivision’s new games will be rated “E for Everyone” or “E10 +” and will sell for between $ 2.99 and $ 7.99. Intellivision is also banning downloadable content and in-app purchases from its titles. .The games will be produced with what Intellivision calls “state of the art 21st century 2D image processing and graphics capability,” whatever that means.
Intellivision plans to ship the Amico with two wireless Bluetooth controllers that have a 3.5-inch color Touchscreen. The controllers will have just four buttons, a directional pad, and a gyroscope and accelerometer that respond to movement. The company says the console will allow up to eight people to play at a time and will allow users to connect their smartphone to use as a controller.
Even if Intellivision popped up with the console made and ready to be purchased, the plan of retro titles and new games exclusively for a console that will probably have a small instal I base would warrant skepticism. Men the company thus far has only shown off preliminary conceptual designs of the Amico and has not shown the console or any of the games in action. Intellivision has set a release date of October 10, 2020 for the console, with a price point between $ 149-179. Right now, that makes for some pricy mockup art.