NES Classic Edition Will Have Bluetooth Controllers For Long-Ranged Experience

By James Ryan Morales , Updated Dec 21, 2016 11:36 AM EST
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NES Classic Edition Update: As Nintendo released their NES Classic, current day gamers seem to struggle with something else aside from the old-school graphics and thrill of the games - the controllers are too short for a better gaming experience. So Bluetooth controllers are made for long-ranged experiences.

Modern consoles Playstation 4 and Xbox One doesn't need cords for their controllers just to get connected to the actual console. However, Nintendo made a bold approach for the video game industry when they released NES Classic Edition.

There's still a certain charm even with the classic games. But the biggest thing that could annoy modern day gamers are the 2.5 feet long game controllers for NES Classic Edition. It gets on the way especially if you are so into the game - that is if classics can thrill you enough.

The NES Classic Edition is also called the Mini NES that contains 30 classic Nintendo Entertainment System titles. It is considered as a great holiday treat, especially if fathers would like to share something from the old days with their children.

Companies Analogue and 8Bitdo collaborated with Nintendo to create a wireless Bluetooth controller for NES Classic. This means that players can now freely enjoy the game at the distance from the screen and at the comforts of your sofa.

Back on the early years, a NES Classic game can be played directly in front of the old CRT Televisions, sitting on the floor with eyes wide open. Now that is the classic old days. But now, LED televisions and powerful graphics tops the list, so playing from a distance is quite the fancy way to play them right.

The console is available for pre-order on Amazon for $25. It's not a bad price at all to enjoy your NES Classic Edition. The truth is, nothing beats the old classic.

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