Analogue NT: Aluminum Crafted NES System

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We are firm believers that the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) remains to be one of the greatest video game consoles of all time. If you are like us, and looking for a way to relive the NES in all its former glory, then you’re going to love the Analogue NT.

There have been a handful of emulators in recent years looking to bring the joy from the NES games we know and love back to life, but this is nothing like that. No emulation, and packed with hi-fi audiophile sounds, and videophile graphics this solid block of aluminum lets up to 4 gamers play all of their favorite NES and Famicom titles on one beautiful console. Details like pricing and release are a bit sparse, but the brand is looking to begin taking orders on the device at the end of this month. [Purchase]

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