The team behind the Evercade line of retro hardware is back with a cute new handheld. It’s called the Super Pocket, and it is downright tiny — it measures in at 78mm x 125mm x 25mm — and relatively cheap. It’ll cost you £49, $59, or €59 depending on region.
At launch, the Super Pocket comes in two varieties. There’s a Capcom version with 12 built-in games (including Street Fighter II’ Turbo: Hyper Fighting, Final Fight, 1942, and Mega Man) and a Taito version with 17 games included (like Space Invaders, Elevator Action, and Bubble Bobble). Equally as important, each version has its own color scheme.
Outside of the built-in games, each handheld also has a cartridge slot that supports the same game carts from the Evercade handheld and home console, which cover a pretty broad array of gaming history.
As for the rest of the specs, the Super Pocket includes: start, select, and menu buttons; four face and four rear buttons; a D-pad; a 320 x 280 IPS screen; a headphone jack; and it charges via USB-C. It also has a built-in easy mode to lower the difficulty of the included games if you get stuck.
Preorders start on July 14th, and units are expected to ship in October.