If you missed out on the original run of Nintendo's classic NES, but didn't want to pay the launch price, good news.
The latest run of stock on Nintendo's first mini console, which was first released in 2016 and went on sale again in 2018, is available now for $68 through Amazon Australia. That's about $30 less than what Harvey Norman and Target are charging, and if you've got Amazon Prime (or you sign up for a free trial) you won't pay for shipping, making it cheaper than the end price charged by Kogan/Dick Smith.
An extraneous "N" inserted into the English translation of The Legend of Zelda in 1987 has finally been removed, and it only took 29 and a half years.
The first thing you should know about the NES Classic, aka the Mini-NES, is that it does exactly what it's supposed to do. The second thing you should know is that it's kind of a pain in the arse.
As we found when we played with the Mini NES originally, it's best played on a PC monitor or a screen that's not too far away. Alternatively, you can also grab this $19 3m extension cord for the Mini NES and Mini SNES, which solves the controller problem entirely.
It was only a matter of time before people found a way to hack Nintendo's NES Classic and that time has come. Earlier this week, modders trading tips on a Russian forum discovered a way to add ROMs to add extra games to the system that was previously limited to only thirty.
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