Discussion in 'Consoles & console games' started by styckx, Jul 14, 2016.
This is something I would buy just for the nostalgia.
Amazing. Specially that comes directly from Nintendo.
And that game lineup is solid..
Cool but it doesn't mention anything about having internet capabilities to download more games. I bet this is just a raspberry pi inside here with an emulator running.
Indeed but you know this thing is going to sell.. Nintendo seems to be head strong in rebuilding itself..
I would have bought it , if it had duckhunt!
I think they should have combined NES/SNES and N64 at least.
Sega did something similar with the Mega Drive/Genesis awhile back, it's a great idea.
I love the idea but the games are too few considering the huge NES game library and considering there´s no way to add more games. This should bring at least 100 games even if the price was double.
Still, i may buy this to remember the good old times.
Now release the Super NES version!!!
The would have to come out with a zapper that works with modern lcd tv's.
Which they could sell you for extra $. And the technology exists, see Xbox's and PS's sollutions for instance. Might have increased production costs for the box itself too, though.
Duck Hunt grows old quite fast... it's really a very minimalist game.
As I said in the news comment section, would have been better to combine N64, SNES and NES all in one. Make the games cheap enough and add just about enough power that the system can at least somewhat enhance the graphics. It's possible to overclock the original NES and have less slowdowns, I'd so much want to see that. No more Megaman 3 and so many other games with massive slowdowns in parts.
But I realize that an N64 controller would be required for the N64 games too, so perhaps at least SNES should have been added.
time for an upgrade???
NOT YET :nerd: