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Can't find NES Classic? The Analogue NT could be your Nintendo nostalgia fixIt could be the ultimate Nintendo Entertainment System -- right down to the cartridges.
Nintendo nostalgia is back but at what price? The new Nintendo switch and ultra [UNKNOWN] NES classic. Are ridiculously hard to find, instead of paying [UNKNOWN] an arm and a leg. Consider the Analog NT Mini, The Analog is an original Nintendo entertainment system reimagined for the modern era. It's a finely machined aluminum game console, with impeccable build quality. And when I say original NES, I mean it. According to the company, it plays every NES game and works with every accessory ever made. Which means you can play games you won't find in Nintendo's own mini NES. Duck Tales anybody? Or how about those Japanese famicom games you never got to try as a child. The company says it spent 5,000 hours recreating the original NES processor so it would be 100% accurate right down to the colors and [INAUDIBLE] There's even options to add scanlines if you want that old school CRT vibe, it's delightfully retro and yet you still get modern creature comforts like an HDMI port to connect it to your HDTV, a wireless controller, and 48 kilohertz digital sound. Just note that some games may still need additional hardware. If you want to play Duck Hunt with Nintendo's iconic zapper You'll need an actual CRT television too. And the analog mini costs $450, that's still cheaper than fighting for a Nintendo Switch om Ebay, but it's a lot to pay unless you've got an extensive library of old game cartridges