Pre-Orders Open For RGB Ready NES Clone 'Analogue NT'

Analogue-NT-Pre-Orders-OpenBack in March the retro gaming manufacturers Analogue Interactive announced that they would soon be releasing an all new Nintendo NES compatible console, one set to destroy the competition where clones (and even the original system) are concerned. As of today, anyone hoping to get their hands on an Analogue NT are in luck as pre-orders have opened for the RGB ready system.

As usual, like many of Analogue Interactive's previous offerings - such as the Consolized Neo Geo MVS cased in wood - the Analogue NT console comes at quite a high price. This hefty figure of $499 is somewhat justified due to its incredible selection of features including RGB and HDMI output (unavailable elsewhere), unrivalled game compatibility (even with the Famicom Disk System), and an exquisite exterior.

Whilst for most of us it will no doubt be out of reach, the few Nintendo NES enthusiasts out there looking for the definitive way to play the 8-bit system should start saving now. The Analogue NT is due for release sometime during the Summer.

Link: Pre-Order Analogue NT (Nintendo NES Clone)



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(Link to this comment) Shirokuma13 2014-05-06 18:04
I hope it's a bit less expensive as their consolised mvs NeoGeo. I was madly in love with it But $600 for the console and $200 for an arcade stick is a bit too much for my wallet. Damn I wanted one!
(Link to this comment) DarakuTenshi 2014-05-07 13:18
You have to remember that the Analog MVS has actual MVS hardware inside of it, so that on top of the wonderful workmanship it was bound to be expensive. The MVS I just bought cost me $900... now that was with the monitor and cabinet of course, but arcade hardware is still going to fetch a premium.
+3 (Link to this comment) Importaku 2014-05-06 18:33
$500 is way too much for what it is, lookswise it looks horrible like i said elsewhere it lookslike a cheap freeview set top box. I'd much rather have a mint non yellowed famicom & get a RGB board & stereo sound mod done. I'd still have money left over, that thing is aimed at people with more money than sense.
(Link to this comment) DarakuTenshi 2014-05-07 13:19
I think this is really bad timing on their part. Sure as it seems the Retron5 is becoming vaporware... it will eventually see a release. I much rather buy the Retron5 considering all that you get in one console as compared to this one.
(Link to this comment) DarakuTenshi 2014-05-07 13:21
Though... there are a couple features on this that are very appealing, such as the four player and Fami Disc compatibility.
(Link to this comment) BuckoA51 2014-05-07 20:33
It's genuine NES parts though not emulation, but still rather steep. HDMI out is an extra $50 too apparently.
(Link to this comment) DarakuTenshi 2014-05-07 21:01
Yikes... so they are cannibalising NES and Famicoms for this thing? I can understand what they did with the CVMS systems, but I don't understand how they think they can make money off of this at that price.
(Link to this comment) BuckoA51 2014-05-07 21:12
Broken systems yeah, there are quite a few out there! If money was no object I'd have one but sadly it is and at that price difficult to justify for all but the most wealthy. I did consider ordering one to review and then sell on but I suspect it will be a very limited run anyway.

They seem to have dropped the CMVS entirely now too.
(Link to this comment) Travesty 2014-05-10 20:12
It would be intresting to know if they have done anything to the fact that (modded) NTSC systems don't play all PAL games correctly.

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