ZX Spectrum fans! Good news of sorts!
The ZX Spectrum will be 30 years old in 2012 and so, to celebrate this, Brit games developer Elite Systems are relaunching the fine, but incredibly noisy machine.
Elite, who brought us classic games like Paperboy and converted the classic Chuckie Egg onto the iPhone and gearing up to allow fans of block graphics and z-bit noise to get our kicks again.
While there is nothing being said about the relaunch, it is suspected that Elite will bring out a bluetooth keyboard which will retain the original design of a Spectrum - rubber keyboard and all - which will rig up to your TV or something.
As such, it'll be like an emulator that you can find online, but a bit posher. It's all very well playing them online, but really, nothing quite beats the thrill of screaming at your television while punching a dog to death on Saboteur.
If Elite get this right with execution and price, it'll be a must-have for retro gamers.