It takes a serious old school gamer to walk around with his NES Zapper in a holster. Apparently, A.F. 275 is just such an individual. If you also wear a Zapper holster and should meet him on a dusty street at high noon, you’d better be fast.
I’m not a huge fan of the Nintendo 3DS myself, but if it looked like the classic NES, like the one pictured here, I would buy two of them. Now before you drool all over the place, this is sadly just a mockup.
This isn’t the first Nintendo controller coffee table, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t still look sweet. I like the fact that it is natural wood colored and it makes it look like this NES mated with an old Atari 2600.
While we’re reasonably certain that the pranksters at Google have jumped the gun with one of their big April Fools pranks, we’re still the slightest bit hopeful that Google Maps for the Nintendo Entertainment System is a real thing.
8-bit? More like ate and bit amirite? No, no I’m not. Dress up as a zombie so old your guts aren’t even rendered in standard definition with the 8-bit Zombtee t-shirt. It’s a design by Luke Morgan, who lives down under in the land of the undead Australia.
Gamer girls who have a place in their heart for the classic Nintendo Entertainment System will want to run over to Etsy right now and grab one of these necklaces, designed to look just like the iconic 8-bit controller.
This gamer girl top looks great and is super stylish. Perfect for the geeky girl who wants stripes on top and an old school NES controller at her waist. The D-Pad and buttons are in the perfect spots for tickling, so I think I would be tempted to do some gentle button mashing here.
We saw a nicely designed Super Mario Bros. question block lamp before, but it was operated via a plain old switch. This question block lamp 1-ups that with its touch sensitive button, so you can do just like Mario does and bump it to switch the light on and off.
I’ve talked about 72pins before, but their latest cartridge is just too damn good not to share. The NEStalgic shop collaborated with artist Nick Robalik to create a Fallout NES cartridge, which will surely fetch a vault full of bottle caps in the post-nuclear world.
Nothing can compete with this complete NES Bed set, but textile designer Emily’s cushions and pillows come close. She originally made these for her boyfriend as a Valentine’s Day gift but then the citizens of the Internet started throwing money at their screens and demanded that she make more.