Nintendo Power Glove

Jul 17, 2017

Category: Tech

There was a movie in the ’80s, starring Fred Savage, called The Wizard. In the film, one of the foils – a preteen gamer named Lucas Barton – owns and uses an enigmatic video gaming device called the Power Glove. As any child of the ’80s can tell you, that device went on to reach legendary proportions in the gaming world. Everyone wanted one, very few ever got one.

As it turns out, thanks to the magic of the internet, now is the chance for any nostalgic gamer to add a Power Glove to their collection, once and for all. Whether you want to use it to play Rad Racer, Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out, or any of the dozens of other compatible games or you’re just interested in owning a piece of gaming history, you can now actually get your hands on (or in) this near-mythic one-handed gaming controller. So long as you’re willing to pay the $117 it costs to get one.

Purchase: $117

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