I have an with 8bitdo retro receiver. No controller since I used the 8bitdo SN30+, and I'm still using that with my Switch. This will be valued well above its retail price in any transaction. Currently loaded with latest jailbreak firmware, but it's extremely easy to flash back to stock if you prefer that for some reason.
Also have - with case, but without manual and the second disc.
I'm looking for Animal Crossing: New Horizons for sure then offers after that.
外围体育投注I just noticed that all the Super Nt systems are sold out except the “Classic” version. Anyone know if Analogue is discontinuing the Super Nt? Perhaps they want to focus on the Mega Sg and upcoming Pocket systems?
外围体育投注I really wish they’d do another run of the Nt mini!
Today, February 6th, 2018, is the official release date of Analogue Super NT, the first ever commercial FPGA Super Nintendo!
For anyone who doesn't already know, this is an hardware emulator or clone console based on FPGA technology that plays Super Famicom and Super Nintendo games with native 1080p HDMI output. Backed by Analogue and engineered by Kevin "Kevtris" Horton, this console has supposedly been designed with accuracy, latency, and compatibility in mind. Whether it meets the very high bar that the community has set for it certainly remains to be seen, but we will find out very soon!
The Super Nintendo
is clearly the best 16-bit console holds a special place in the hearts of many, and (at the risk of sounding needlessly materialistic) I think today is a big day for FPGA gaming devices, for emulation, and for this community! As such, I figured it was a pretty decent time to try something a little bit different.
So, without further ado, welcome to this first official r/FPGAgaming外围体育投注 Discussion Thread! Think of this as an anything-goes wild west of Super NT goodness where we can talk pseudo-randomly about the console, what we're currently playing, accessories, controllers, games, soundtracks, pixel art or ANYTHING else that pops into your logic elements. Complain about shipping, post your own personal reviews, share images and gifs, brag about your totally legit, sealed copy of Wild Guns signed by the ghost of Abraham Lincoln, etc. Barring any other major news, this thread will remain stickied here for a few weeks or longer in order to keep the discussions going.
The only thing I ask is that you please be considerate of other people and refrain from spoiling games, even if they're old classics it's possible that other people are still experiencing them for the first time! As always, just be cool and treat others the way you want to be treated or better!
Edit: If you're interested in more real-time discussion, please also consider joining
Ready!? Set!?!? Goooooooooooo!