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Nintendo just dropped a nostalgic bomb on gamers, with the announcement of the NES Classic Edition. The console is a miniature version of the original, with HDMI outputs and 30 classic games built in.
Fans will have to wait until November 11 to get their hands on it, and there are currently no options to pre-order. The announcement may have also left gamers who still own their NES games disappointed, as the new console will not support cartridges.
If you can’t wait any longer, blow the dust off your old cartridges, and try one of these consoles instead.
They don’t have built-in options, but some are multi-console, meaning you could play NES and N64 with one machine. If you don’t already own the games, you can find plenty for sale here.
Price on Amazon: $66.31
Price on Amazon: $44.79used, original NES on eBay.
Price on Amazon: $24.99
Price on Amazon: $99.99ROM sites. Downloading copyrighted software is illegal and the Daily Dot does not advocate software piracy. If you’d rather ditch the console, and play the games you already own on your computer instead, there are emulator controllers that you can hook up via USB.
Price on Amazon: $7.97
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