NES30 Classic Nintendo Controller For Modern Gaming

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Tech

Nostalgia; it’s quite a powerful drug. It’s so powerful that even though the video game controller has arguably been fine tuned to perfection, if you grew up in the 80s, you might still yearn for a simple rectangular NES gamepad in your palms.

If you want to play modern day games with an old school controller, check out 8Bitdo’s recently released NES30. This Bluetooth controller features the classic NES pad design, but sneaks in a few extra buttons (four) to keep you alive in the latest games for Android, iOS, OS X, Windows, and even the Wii if need be. Pushing the buttons is said to feel the same way it did when you played Mike Tyson’s Punch Out, Rygar, and Baseball Stars back in the day, and that just makes us crave a glass of Sunny D even more. [Purchase]

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