Posted by marc April 25, 2016
Wireless NES

I still play my vintage consoles all the time. I don't hate having wired controllers laying around, but I do hate how short the cables are. I have to pull the console halfway between the TV and my seat. While wireless NES controllers have been available for years, they've been crummy, uncomfortable pads that were only compatible with their proprietary receivers. 8Bitdo and Analogue Interactive are fixing that with their Retro Receiver, which uses Bluetooth connectivity which pairs with PS3, PS4, Wii, Wii U Pro, and 8Bitdo pads and arcade sticks. Hopefully there's minimal lag so you can make all of those frame critical jumps in World 8 of Super Mario Bros. 3.

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