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Analogue's Super Nt is a tiny but powerful recreation of the original Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

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It plays any SNES cartridge with 100 percent accuracy -- including US, Japanese and European games.

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It comes in multiple colors, too. This is the "Super Famicom" version, sporting the color scheme of Japanese and European consoles.

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It's wrapped in a smooth, sturdy plastic that feels almost like the enclosures for medical grade equipment.

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There's an SD card reader too -- but you can't load games on it. It's just there for upgrading firmware.

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The LED on the console's front can be configured to flash the color scheme of SNES systems from across the world. We're looking at the US Super Nintendo's iconic purple, here.

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The console doesn't come with a controller, but it works great with 8Bitdo's Retro Receiver and Bluetooth controllers. 

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It uses the exact same ports as the original SNES, meaning your vintage game controllers will work just fine.

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All your favorite games work too -- even ones from other countries. Sadly, it won't translate them for you. That copy of Final Fantasy 6 still plays in Japanese.

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The 8Bitdo controllers are sadly sold separately, but they feel close to the original SNES gamepads.

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Power and reset. What else could you ever need?

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