Nintendo NES Classic Edition
At $60, the NES Classic Edition offers an incredible nostalgic value: Two dollars a game for many of Nintendo's most iconic titles. The games all play great too -- but short controller cables mean you’ll be sitting a lot closer to the TV than you'd probably like.
- Looks and feels just like the original NES
- Great selection of games with something for everyone
- Can be powered by your TV's USB port
- Excellent NES emulation
- Short controller cables
- No way to buy new games
- Won't support your original accessories
- It's already out of stock everywhere
- Critic Reviews (10)
- User Reviews (2)
- 84AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE10 ReviewsThe Wall Street Journal90Nintendo NES Classic Edition Review: The Best GadgIn a holiday season when isolating smartphones and virtual reality headsets figure prominently on year’s-best-gadgets lists, the NES is more than just nostalgia. It’s a reminder of the time we first fell in love with technology.CNET80Nintendo NES Classic Edition review: Mini NES ClasNintendo's little self-contained mini console plays 30 of the best NES games ever made, making it a fun nostalgia trip for Nintendo fans and a no-brainer stocking stuffer.Wired90Nintendo Might Just Rule the Holidays With Its NESNES Classic does exactly what it promises: Pixel-perfect renditions of classic 8-bit games with a no-fuss interface on your HDTV, at a price that comes to about two bucks a game. That’s it. I’m confident in thinking Nintendo has a huge hit on its hands, and I look forward to more. Somebody had better be working on what I really want: a tiny Super Nintendo loaded with 1000 hours’ worth of RPGs.TechCrunch90Review: The NES Classic Edition and all 30 games oYes, buy it. I think this is a fantastic value. You’re paying $2 per game, plus the well-made hardware and convenience of the save state system. It’s a bargain in a lot of ways.Tech Advisor90NES Classic review | Nintendo Classic Mini editionAlthough the NES Classic has some flaws - namely the ridiculously short controller cable - we can’t help but recommend getting one if you can find it in stock.Polygon90Nintendo NES Classic Edition reviewWhile purists may balk at the input lag, and fans might object to the absence of some key games (METAL GEAR!?) and just about everyone can shake their head in disbelief at the comically short controller cable, Nintendo has also introduced the best retro console-in-a-box on the market.The Telegraph80NES Classic Mini review: A retro gaming treat â€“There are issues, not least those daft cables, and I certainly wouldn't recommend paying over the odds. But, for the asking price of £49.99, this is retro gaming done right – if you can find one, of course.Forbes70NES Classic Edition Review: The Good, The Bad AndThe NES Classic Edition is a fun little console that could have been much better with wireless gamepads and expandable storage.IGN80NES CLASSIC EDITION REVIEWNintendo’s tiny console is wonderfully made, but its painfully short controller limits how you enjoy these games.Digital Trends80NINTENDO NES CLASSIC EDITION REVIEWThe NES Classic Edition is not perfect. It has some design flaws inside and out. Despite those flaws, the small emulator box offers a high-quality experience for a very low price, just $60.
- 85AVERAGE USER SCORE2 ReviewsSindee70January 1, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Love it!!! Bought wireless controllers and I'm GOLDEN!Tolga100July 14, 2018Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Pros: Good console. The console has lots of games. 30 games. Including Super Mario Bros. The Legend of Zelda, Excitebike, Gradius, Doctor Mario, etc. The controller is the same as the old one. Suitable for your home and travel.Cons: Short controller cable. It is not suitable for the long living rooms and long bedrooms.
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