The Analogue Nt Mini is the ultimate in nostalgic gaming perfection. The system allows users to play both classic Famicom & NES games which can be used on TV that using HDMI plugs and video signals. This console also includes wireless controllers in the classic NES style and supports all games version from various countries, including the NTSC and PAL versions that work perfectly. This amazing setup is packaged in a beautifully designed full aluminium shell with 4 controller inputs located on front & the priced at $450.
Analogue are console shop design firm that located at Seattle. The shop itself is opened the doors when launch the Slim of CMVS in 2012. Following its success, the original Analogue Nt console itself was released in 2015, and on following year, Analogue Nt Mini also be launch.
Every Analogue console uses restored genuine materials scavenged from damaged Famicom devices. The components are then attached to the original board and modified slightly with the latest video board so that can be interfacing with modern televisions. This amazing feet of engineering is then packaged in its aluminum shell ready for sale.
Through a box of old games I found in the attic, friends’ collections, and friends of friends’ collections, we managed to test a wide variety of games on our Analogue Nt Mini. Games we tried included Zelda, Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, Punch Out, Mega Man IV, Jaws, Contra and DuckTales, all of which worked if not as good, then better than they would on the classic systems. Playing the original Mario, from the original cartridge on my 54-inch HD TV was a surreal experience. The colours are rich and the gameplay is smooth. Plus, getting to blow into the cartridge before shoving it into the slot was very satisfying.
I have tried a number of emulators and aftermarket alternatives but few, if any compare to the perfectly adapted experience you get from the Analogue Nt Mini. At $450, it’s not cheap but if you have a whole load of old cartridges lying around and want something that will blend seamlessly into your modern gaming setup, then the Nt Mini is just what you are looking for.
The success of classic Nintendo products and third-party alternatives like the Nt mini has skyrocketed over the last year. Interest in these systems was highlighted during the 2016 festive season when sales of the NES classic outstripped all expectations. The legendary console company again showed an affinity to its retro titles porting a number of the classic Megaman games to mobile app formats, the success of which is sure to usher in a number of other classic titles for mobile gaming.
Nintendo seem to be perfectly positioning themselves to take advantage of the nostalgic experiences of the first adult population to grow up with video games. And when you consider that these individuals have disposable income to burn, the move is ensuring Nintendo opens up a profitable niche market that many console manufactures seem completely unaware of. A market that boutique firms like Analogue are only too happy to exploit.