Tag Archives: NES


Announced earlier this year, Nintendo’s re-releases its iconic NES videogame console next month.

Packed with 8-bit classics like the Super Mario Bros trilogy, the first Zelda, Final Fantasy, Donkey Kong and more, the console has been bumped up to HD, and allows for instant game-saving, a nod to the old-school difficulty of the games.

Avaiable for pre-order now at various game shops for €65-70.


A split-screen comparison of gameplay on the original NES and the new box.

Should you find that NEScessary.


Suit yourselves.

Nintendo (Facebook)

Main_image_pg2 big_image_pg2

Behold the hand-polished 24k gold Analogue NT – a most conspicuous way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Legend Of Zelda.

Included with the blingful deck (which has a transparent baseplate revealing the inner gubbins and plays NES, Famicom and Famicom Disk System games) is a HDMI upgrade and an original gold The Legend of Zelda NES game cartridge.

Yours for a trifling €4,386.


tumblr_inline_mmul1cV5gR1qz4rgp tumblr_inline_mmul1i27wY1qz4rgp zeldatumblr_inline_mmul1pM6Kr1qz4rgp tumblr_inline_mmul2phA791qz4rgp
The original Legend Of Zelda for the NES had 32 obtainable items for Link to collect in order to finish quests and win the game.

The Hyrule Foundation blog has 3D-printed the entire inventory.

True Zelda fans will already have passed out, overdosed on LinkPr0n.

Meh softly, because you meh on their dreams.

The entire collection sells for around $300 (or $10 per printed item)