Classic Nintendo System Gets A Futuristic Makeover

Classic Nintendo System Gets A Futuristic Makeover
Design

Aluminum-clad Analogue Nt brings the NES into the modern age.

Ross Brooks
  • 6 may 2014

The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) that was first released in 1983 is a classic, and even though games have come a long way since then, but Analogue thinks the console still has some life left to give. The company plans to release the Analogue Nt, an updated aluminium version of the NES that works with original cartridge games from both Japan and the US.

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