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    NES Classic Edition coming Nov 11

    NES classic ed coming Nov 11 at about USD $60 .It's a mini version of its classic 8bit NES console.
    Inbuilt with 30 games it does not have a cartridge port and does not connect to the internet and so no way to add any more games to it.
    It can plug into your TV using HDMI cable.

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    I was excited when I first saw it, thinking it would be able to use the old cartridges. Finding out it does not, and with no options to add anymore this is a complete waste of money. There are systems out there that play old NES and Sega games in one box for about the same price as this, and you are not limited in games, if you can find the cartridge it will play it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderings View Post
    I was excited when I first saw it, thinking it would be able to use the old cartridges. Finding out it does not, and with no options to add anymore this is a complete waste of money. There are systems out there that play old NES and Sega games in one box for about the same price as this, and you are not limited in games, if you can find the cartridge it will play it.
    Agreed. This is a nice little gimmick but when I saw the list of games, I was disappointed. If they allowed you to download new (old?) games on the console, I'd say that this is worth the money. At this point, I'd rather just fix my NES and go from there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan View Post
    Agreed. This is a nice little gimmick but when I saw the list of games, I was disappointed. If they allowed you to download new (old?) games on the console, I'd say that this is worth the money. At this point, I'd rather just fix my NES and go from there
    Yes, all they needed was wifi and an app store and it would be fantastic. Would prefer an app store over cartridges... anyone who grew up with the original knows the hassle those became over time.

 

 

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