Nintendo NES Classic Edition

Nintendo  NES Classic Edition
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Engadget Review

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.

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Pros and cons: Our quick verdict on the NES Classic Edition
We'd say buy one, except it's sold out everywhere.
Engadget
EngadgetDecember 04, 2016

Pros

  • 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

Cons

  • Short controller cables
  • No way to buy new games
  • Won't support your original accessories
  • It's already out of stock everywhere
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Key Specs

GAME FORMAT
Built-in game(s)
CONTROLLER TYPE
Wired
MOTION CONTROLS
No
BACKWARD COMPATIBLE
No

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