30 years on, the Nintendo Entertainment System is reimagined as an aluminum game console

In 1983, Nintendo introduced the Famicom, which became the Nintendo Entertainment System when it hit North America two years later. Now, a company is reimagining Nintendo’s original game console as a vision clad in shining silver. Analogue Interactive, the boutique which turned the NeoGeo arcade machine into a stunning walnut game system, has just announced the Analogue Nt, a completely remastered NES crafted from a single block of solid aircraft aluminum.

With four controller ports and independent slots for Nintendo and Famicom games, the company claims it can play all your old cartridges and use your original controllers, while requiring no emulation to manage the feat. Without going into details, Analogue says it isn’t harvesting any…

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