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Intellivision Amico Reveal Trailer Released

Intellivision Amico Reveal Trailer Released - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 07 November 2018 / 2,846 Views

Intellivision Entertainment released the official reveal trailer for the Intellivision Amico.

View it below:

Here is an overview of the Intellivision Amico:

Almost 40 years after the release of the original Intellivision® home video game system which helped to redefine the video game industry, Intellivision® Entertainment is proud to carry on its “Legacy of Firsts” by announcing the brand new revolutionary family home video game console named Amico™ to be released on October 10th, 2020 (1010 2020). Amico is the Italian word for “friend” or “buddy” and encapsulates an element of the approach and dynamics for what makes the new console so unique and an exciting addition to everyone’s family.


  • PRICE RANGE (RETAIL) - US $149 - $179
  • All games are family friendly and rated “E for Everyone” or “E10+”.
  • Every game version on the console is EXCLUSIVE.
  • Quality over quantity! All games must past a strict quality control seal of approval.
  • Balanced gameplay and design for Equal Opportunity Gaming™ for all.
  • All games are downloadable and between US $2.99 - $7.99.
  • No costly DLC (Downloadable Content) add-on’s or “In-App Purchases”.
  • Launch to include several built-in reimagined Intellivision Classics (pre-installed in every console) and over 20 games including both reimagined industry classics and brand new exclusive titles via the Intellivision Online Store.
  • 2 wireless Bluetooth controllers (up to 8 player compatible and connectivity).
  • 3 ½ inch (2:3 aspect ratio) Color Touchscreen.
  • Pioneering tilting positional disc with surrounding interactive LED border.
  • 4 arcade-style tactile feedback buttons.
  • Gyroscope & Accelerometer.
  • Force feedback.
  • Controller to be used horizontally or vertically including dominant left or right hand usage.
  • Qi (pronounced “CHEE”) wireless onboard charging.
  • Speaker
  • Microphone
  • Free downloadable app enables mobile phones as additional controllers (up to 8 players).
  • State of the Art 21st Century 2D Image Processing and Graphics Capability
  • Intellivision Prism™ Onboard Interactive Lighting Technology.
  • WiFi/BT & Ethernet Connectivity.
  • HDMI Video Output.
  • Multiple USB Ports
  • System Expansion Interface.
  • Intellivision Online Store for the ability to purchase additional software. 
  • Multi-player online gaming and structured multi-tiered tournament play. 
  • Time & Space Leaderboard System™ which includes high scores by locations and calendar. 
  • Trophy/Achievement rewards system which awards unique accomplishments to each player.
  • Includes updated graphics, modernized audio, additional levels, multi-player modes (local and online), tournament modes AND MORE!
Not only will the Intellivision Amico™ bring the fun and simplicity of classic gaming to modern day, but an entire plethora of completely brand new games and franchises are currently being created by game developers and game publishers around the world using the same core principles of sensible, simple and fun.

 A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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Ganoncrotch (on 22 October 2018)

Ouya 2...ya

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Bajablo (on 22 October 2018)

this will not sell >_>

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GoOnKid (on 22 October 2018)

Why announce it this early? That's two years away from now.

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No9tro (on 22 October 2018)

Is this a joke? 'Cause it sure looks like it

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Masked_Muchaco (on 23 October 2018)

Looks like a fancy children's toy.

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Mnementh (on 23 October 2018)

This has actually some cool ideas. Like the quality control and the no to DLC and Microtransactions. While I'm OK with well made DLC, the companies could just sell the DLC as a new standalone game (like Xenoblade 2 and Torna). But limiting it to family friendly games? Switch is from germanies USK approved as a system with a complete working age restriction system, they could implement something similar. Digital only games are OK, but why the price limit? It limits the grandness of experiences, you'll not get a Skyrim for this price. Why not a hybrid concept. With digital only it would work very well. A mix of strange ideas. I think they limit their chances too much.

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Helloplite (on 23 October 2018)

Has no chance at all. Every game has a seal of approval? No DLC? Yeah right


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JWeinCom (on 22 October 2018)

I'm... confused...

The idea that all the games will be exclusive is kind of cool. But, how do you convince devs to make an exclusive game (or an exclusive version) on a niche platform, where they can only charge up to 7.99? Sure you have tons of games at that price point, but for mobile where your potential audience is in the hundreds of millions. Linking it to a console that, (if we're going to be irrationally optimistic), may sell ten million units seems... insane.

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ResilientFighter (on 22 October 2018)

Whoever funds this is going to feel palpitations in 2020

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Ganoncrotch ResilientFighter (on 23 October 2018)

that's optimistic.... you think they'll still have a heartbeat!

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HintHRO (on 22 October 2018)

List with games?

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Shadow1980 (on 22 October 2018)

Well, it certainly looks like what I'd expect the Intellivision to look like re-imagined for the present day. I'll have to see more of it and an exact games list before I make any decisions, but I grew up on the Intellivision so this has the potential to hit me in the nostalgia button.

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OTBWY (on 22 October 2018)

This gives Coleco Chameleon vibes.

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