Intelligence displays gameplay footage from Amico

Intelligence has decided to make a journey from 2021 with some actual gameplay footage from their upcoming gaming console, Amico. The video is hosted by the company’s CEO and president, Tommy Talarico, We got our first original look at how the console will play. As you can see in the video below, the menu includes a number of pre-loaded games featuring classic titles and remastered versions of the classics. You can even flip the controller to play like the classic intelligence consoles. The version they came up with includes 14 pre-loaded games including Snaphu, Kalsal Crash, Moon Patrol, Dolphin Quest, Back Talk Party, Flying Circus, Night Stalker, Shark! Sharks !, and much more. Amico will be released on April 15, 2021 and is currently selling for 300 300 in pre-orders.

Will be released this April courtesy of Amico Intelligence.

Aren’t your favorite memories of playing video games true when you play with people together in the same group? As games have become more isolated, complex, and competitive, much has changed in gaming since the beginning of intelligence. Using technology, creativity and unparalleled passion, our team is on a mission to reunite family and friends. When designing Amico, our vision was to make gaming accessible again. Our team has packed an incredible amount of features in one easy and affordable package. Luckily, we didn’t have to start from scratch – the original intelligence system has a lot of great features that serve as Amico’s inspiration. Modern technology, updated ergonomics and a modern personality create entertainment systems like no other.

The Amico controller is designed for functionality and simplicity – with a familiar touchscreen, disk and speed control, anyone can join in the fun. Simply place the controllers on the consoles and take care of Amico charging. This feature is also doubled as an easy way to store controllers to keep things clean. Amico uses unique lighting that not only creates a fun and memorable gaming experience, but also helps guide players in an interactive way.

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