Retro gaming making a comeback

For those of you who remember back in the mid 1980’s the original Nintendo, NES classic was released and hit the world by storm. The classic console was a vintage grey box with a distinctive rectangular controller, with a cord so short you had to sit too close to the screen. Big news is, it is making a comeback.

With many new released games advancing both visually and in challenging ways we wonder how they can improve in the future. On the other hand, we all have a weak spot for those retro childhood games, with poor visual effects and iconic theme tunes we once played with all the family, taking it in turns to see who could get to the furthest level before having to start again all the way from the beginning.

Many of the classic games which were played by many, can now be easily found online and many game players still continue to play them to this day. However, playing such retro games on your standard PC or laptop does not have the same impact as playing on a big screen with the classic controller in your hand.

Making game enthusiasts even more excited, Nintendo entertainment system (NES) has released this original ultimate retro gaming experience on the market now, adapted slightly to the technology requirements of today’s world, the console can be directly plugged into your high-definition television with a HDMI cable.

Supermario Standing FigurineThe console comes as a package with 30 of the original retro games, including, Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Donkey Kong and of course PAC-MAN to name a few.

This epic comeback really got people enthusiastic about retro gaming and brought back many childhood memories. The consoles were quickly reserved and they are now currently sold out. We only hope to get our hands on one soon, hopefully in time for Christmas.