This 24K Gold plated re-modelled Nintendo Gaming Console would remind you of your childhood!

Nintendo Entertainment System or NES in short - does this name sound familiar? Bet, it does! Before the inception of Sony Play Stations or the Xbox One, there existed something called Nintendo. Well, the Nintendo Entertainment System referred to here existed quite a few decades back and was one of the first portable family play stations back in the 1980s.

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While the Japanese company Nintendo still exists and has a number of new offering, none is as enthralling and nostalgic as the Nintendo NES, especially for those who grew up when this piece of rectangular plastic box existed!

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Strangely, though an American company called the Analogue NT has decided to give the Nintendo NES a re-look and has come up with a 24K gold plated unit. It's however worth noting that the company tweaked around with the NES to produce something new that would be of use to the common man of present date. So without further ado, let's walk back the memory line and revisit this three and a half decade old gaming platform.


Dubbed the Analogue NT, the play station comes in 24K coated gold. Incidentally only 10 units of this product is available. So you better hurry if you plan to get your hand on one of these. It's worth noting that you would require to cough out a heavy sum of $5,000 (roughly Rs 3.25 lacs) for this gaming console.


Well, the Nintendo logo is nowhere visible on the product itself. Instead there is a modestly large "A" logo upfront. Apparently this is none other than the logo of Analogue, the company behind this ambitious re-modelled product.


Analogue claims that every part of this redisgned Nintendo is made of 24K gold. In fact the aluminium enclosures of the Analogue NT is made of pure gold which is hand polished and plated in Seattle, USA.


The old-school analogue output for connecting your Nintendo to your Tube TV is now replaced by a modern HDMI port. Thus you don't need to worry about attaching this dead yet rejuvenated gaming console onto your fancy HD TV.


Analogue has apparently skimped on the bottom of their gaming console by including a transparent bottom plate to protect the electronic board of the NES. This bottom plate however bears the Analogue logo.


Remember this old school game which was apparently a high during the 1980s? Just in case you do there is a good news for you. Analogue has brought up the 30 year old Legend of Zenda game from its death bed.


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