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Analogue Opens Pre-Orders For Super Nt Super NES Clone

The hardcore video gaming audience out there may have heard of the Analogue NT mini, a pricey NES ($449) that plays the original cartridges in the best possible manner. Well, the company has just announced it’s bringing out the Super NES equivalent, the Super NT. It’s not quite as expensive, coming in at $189.99. However there isn’t a controller included and the shipping is another $37. They do charge your credit card immediately upon order.



If price isn’t  concern, then you’ll be excited to know that this new SNES clone will play all SNES carts as well as Super Famicom games. The system is region free, features HDMI video with lag free and zero signal degradation. The audio is 48KHz 16-bit and digital via HDMI. The system retains the original controller ports so you can use any controllers you already own or they are selling a wireless one for $39.99. Features like scanlines, scaling, horizontal and vertical position adjust are built into the OS, which can be updated via the SD card slot.

The Super Nt has the same unparalleled compatibility as the Nt mini. The core functionality of the system is engineered directly into an Altera Cyclone V, a sophisticated FPGA. We spent thousands of hours engineering the system via FPGA for absolute accuracy. Unlike the knock off and emulation systems that riddle the market today, you’ll be experiencing the 16-bit era free of compromises. The Super Nt is designed to preserve video game history, with the respect it deserves.

You can order the system in four different colors. The Super Nt is scheduled to ship in February 2018. We’re excited to test this one out!



[Souce: Analogue Super Nt Home Page]


Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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