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Wireless Controller Dongle for NES: Retro Receiver

by Lambert Varias
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Analogue Interactive is known for its expensive retro consoles, but it’s reaching out to us common folk with its partnership with 8Bitdo. The companies collaborated to create the Retro Receiver, a Bluetooth dongle that lets you use a variety of controllers with the NES and its derivative systems, including Analogue’s Nt.

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The Retro Receiver lets you use a variety of Bluetooth controllers such as the ones 8Bitdo makes, as well as the DualShock 3, DualShock 4, Wii U Pro and Wii Mote. Aside from the NES and its derivatives, the Retro Receiver can also output to the PS3 as well as Windows and Mac computers.

I always get goosebumps when listening to a montage of 8-bit soundtracks. That’s the song of my people. You can pre-order the Retro Receiver from Play-Asia for $20 (USD).

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