Analogue Resurrects Its Holy Grail NES Retro Console One Last Time

Mar 2, 2020

Category: Tech

The world of retro video gaming is not exactly a massive one, least of all when it comes to companies that produce throwback devices. However, if we had to pick a king of the industry, it would definitely be Analogue. And while it’s sad to some that they’re putting their Holy Grail Nt mini NES-inspired console out of production, this limited-edition Noir version is sending it out with a bang.

Based on the standard edition, the Analogue Nt mini Noid still boasts all of the features that made the original so great — including both NES and Famicom game ports, support for both wired and wireless controllers, HDMI output with quality upscaling for old games, and a multi-region power supply. However, this one also boasts some exclusive never-before-seen upgrades. For instance, the NES cartridge slot has been perfected, it has an updated UI, and it comes with a new 8BitDo 2.4g wireless controller. Available on preorder now for $499, this top-tier throwback gaming system won’t be around for long.

Purchase: $499

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