Check Out These Slick Nintendo Classic Edition (NES Mini) Accessories



The Nintendo Classic Edition is set to launch this coming Friday for $59.99 USD with an included 30 games from its original run. The system itself features no cartridge slot and comes with one controller included within the box. If you want to amp up your experience, however, there are a few accessories already set to launch for the mini system.

Thanks to 3rd party companies like Nyko, EMiO’s, and Hyperkin we have some better controllers to pick from. Now the company “My Arcade” has started production on some gameplay enhancing accessories for your NES Classic.

Extender Cable (Retail: $9.99): The extender cable will hook to your controller to give you 10ft of extra play room. This cable will also be compatible with your Wii and Wii U systems.

Gamepad Pro (Retail: $19.99): Designed for better grip and control the Gamepad Pro will give you a 30ft range to play from with 4 face and shoulder buttons. This will have a battery life that provides 75 hours of playtime, and it usable for select games on the Wii and Wii U.

Gamepad Classic (Retail $14.99): The Gamepad Classic Controller is designed with the same button layout as the original NES controller, but with a modernized grip for more comfort.

Gamepad Combo Kit (Retail: $24.99 ): The combo kit includes a cable to extend the controller included with purchase, as well as an additional wireless classic controller for multiplay fun. The controller battery life will run for about 75 hours of playtime.

Gamepad Retro (Retail: $9.99): The Gamepad retro is designed to help your grip while playing your favorite games, it also sports a 10ft cable that will make it easy to play more comfortably. It’s deigned to keep the retro style and has bonus compatibility to the Wii and Wii U for select games.
 With all these great accessories you’re sure to find one that will help you enjoy your retro ride even more. Keep your eyes peeled for even more NES Classic news and updates.

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Source: Nintendo Life