The Analogue Super Nt Plays All Your Super Nintendo Games In Gorgeous HD
The Super Nintendo Classic looks to be a great system and offers 21 of the Super Nintendo’s best games including the never-before-released Starfox 2. However, the console does come with an obvious flaw in that its selection of 21 games is probably all it will ever be able to play unless you hack it. Despite looking like an SNES, the system is really a very nice emulator meaning that collection of SNES games collecting dust in your parent’s basement won’t do you any good.
That’s where the Analogue Super Nt comes in. This stylish retro-console will allow you to play SNES cartridges on your HD TV. The system even includes hardware that ensures the games run smoothly on modern TVs and look as good as they did in 1994. If, for some reason, the SNES’s library isn’t enough for you then you’ll be happy to know that this system doesn’t employ region locking software so you can play games from the Japanese Super Famicom as well.
The system retails for $189 which is about $100 more than Nintendo’s console, but the SNES Classic is sold out in most stores. The only versions we could find online are from the grey market and those are often not much cheaper than the Analogue Super Nt. In fact, there were even a few people trying to sell used versions of the console for inflated prices. So, with that in mind, the $189 becomes a bit more palatable.
That price tag does not include additional controllers so you’ll have a couple of options. The first is, if you still have them, to hook up your old SNES controllers which will work with this system. The second option is to buy a wireless controller from 8Bitdo. These controllers come in four different variants including a clear one which is wonderfully retro and reminds us of the old Game Boy Colors.
Eric is an avid tech junkie, gamer, and comic fan. When he's not working on his PC, you'll find him at your local comic book shop.