Nintendo Classic Mini NES

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  • Very good
    Finally, after two months of waiting, I've got my ex.
    I agree with most of what has already been written and I'm not going to rattle off everything.

    Summation:
    Extremely fun to experience nostalgia. Incredibly fun to show my children how it was on "my" time when I was little.
    I just wished that the cables was a little longer but there are solutions that most people know.

    Adding more games:
    Yes, it seems to go. Now in the beginning so waiting a little bit but I will certainly try to do so in the future.

    You can read more about this or googling.
    https://www.google.se/amp/s/www.engadget.com/amp/2017/01/07/nintendo-nes-classic-edition-cracked/?client=safari
  • Excellent
    Lovely nostalgia for us who were in the 80's!
    This solution is easier than dealing with a real NES although Actelion unit from the time of course is more real.
    This mini-edition is actually quite cheap in comparison, but it must of course buy a check to.
    The downside is that it is "only" follows with 30 games and the cord to the control is too short. This, I was of course aware of and bought an extension cord while.
  • Very good
    In much the same game as we have already seen that the Virtual Console for the majority of Nintendo consoles, but still just as entertaining.
    Lacks a lot of fun titles ( "Pro Wrestling", "Kung Fu," "Goonies II," "RC Pro Am" to name a few) but that is a little ingenuity can now fix it yourself. ;)
    Handset cord is too short as many have already pointed out, but the controller feels almost like the original, I think, which is good. Many copies of the check has copied the look but forgotten the feeling.
    I have problems with the device on my brand new 4K LG television, I am experiencing apparently Sound Mode even though I was driving in "game mode", do not really know how I can fix it. Experiencing the problem much less (if at all?) When I connect my device to my computer screen instead ...
    Either way, very entertaining drive to the well managed to buy a ..
  • Excellent
    Needed well not be said so much than it is wonderful to experience a bit of nostalgia with the kids and I do not understand those who complain that there is not wireless controllers, they have just to buy wireless available there. Nintendo has just put a new edition of the O to the filling 30. Soon the good people to complain that the picture is 4: 3, or that the graphics are 80 ????

    Can take the opportunity to suggest that I tried to give power to my power bank (external charger to Toad / phone) and it work!

    So with a long HDMI cable and my power bank I can sit comfortably on the couch.
  • Perfect
    Great fun to play the old classics without having to worry about the laws on besjälning software which you would have to do if you used the emulators.
  • Good
    This takes you back to your childhood or youth. Ingeniously that it has hdmi, take up little space and are able to save.

    ÷ short cord (available extension on eBay)
  • Terrible
    Congratulations nintendo you for thinking of the Bluetooth control. No tamefan you have a little fucking cord to the controls did not first considering how small it is.
    Otherwise well a collection of b-game for those who want to sit close to the TV, it o play sometimes. Do sometimes delay control so the game does not justice.
  • Acceptable
    Typically Nintendo to release something mediocre .. Handset cord is too short, they have thought that one should sit on the floor in front of the TV and play? And in addition to the 30 built-in games, you can not play their old cartridges, and you have not the ability to download more titles digitally. See Microsoft with the Xbox One that lets you play all your old 360 games for free ..
  • Very good
    The great merit is that the kids (3, 6) loves it and then gets a sensible introduction to video games. Quite right level of difficulty also with the simple control. That it then was a Christmas present to me it seems they do not care about.

    Less is of course the length of wires, only one accompanying control and the lack of opportunity to get extra games. The last thing certainly has its explanation, the two former is incomprehensible omissions.
  • Excellent
    Nostalgia. But the cables are far too short. Positive is the Micro USB connector for power so you can easily turn off it via a USB cable from the computer, and then via HDMI to the computer screen.
  • Very good
    What nostalgia! Packed with 30 games to survive even though it lacks a few titles.

    The product works exactly as planned, and the ability to save four games in progress so my kids have it a bit easier than when you have played in the 80s and could not always save.
    Easy to take with you on holiday when it fits in toilet bag. :)

    You can change the display with CRT filters, 4: 3 or Pixel Perfect. CRT filter is of the correct nostalgikern.

    It comes with no power adapter, but just a USB cable to be fed with 1A / 5V ie You can, for example use your iPhone charger.

    What is negative is that the handset cord is very short (76cm) and they will either be forced to buy extension cords (1.8m) to them, or have a long HDMI cable to not sit in the middle of the TV.

    The games that come with:

    Balloon Fight
    Bubble Bobble
    Castlevania
    Castlevania II: Simon's Quest
    Donkey Kong
    Donkey Kong Jr.
    Double Dragon II: The Revenge
    Dr. Mario
    Excitebike
    final Fantasy
    Galaga
    Ghosts'n Goblins
    Gradius
    Ice Climber
    Kid Icarus
    Kirby's Adventure
    Mario Brothers
    Mega Man 2
    Metroid
    Ninja Gaiden
    Pac-Man
    Punch-Out! Featuring Mr. Dream
    StarTropics
    Super C
    Super Mario Bros.
    Super Mario Bros. 2
    Super Mario Bros. 3
    Tecmo Bowl
    The Legend of Zelda
    Zelda II: The Adventure of Link