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The Super Nintendo Retro Receiver: A Painless Wireless Upgrade For Your Classic Console

All images: Andrew Liszewski/Gizmodo If you’ve still got your childhood Super Nintendo hooked up and on active duty you’ve probably discovered that while the console is going strong, its original controllers have long since died. But since it’s 2016 and we’ve made so much progress on cutting cords, isn’t it about time for your SNES to go wireless too?


NES Analogue Nt Review: It Ruined My Childhood

One Christmas morning in 1989, I opened a big present, bigger than me. It was the Nintendo Entertainment System, complete with PowerPad and Zapper. Nearly three decades later, I unboxed a futuristic block of aluminium: an NES clone called the Analogue Nt. And I felt that childhood glee all over again.


The Mario Bros. Get A Drug-Fuelled Goodfellas Treatment

Video: Plumbers can only climb so high in Brooklyn — and Mario and Luigi are looking to fly.


This DIY Mini NES Console Is What Nintendo Should Have Made

When Nintendo announced the pint-sized NES Classic, people rightly got super excited about the little guy. Although its hardware limitations became more known over time, the gadget is just so tiny, cute and cheap that it’s easy to look past its faults. But one hardware hacker named daftmike crafted the mini NES Nintendo should have made, and it will give you intense teeny console jealousy.


The New Nintendo Console Sounds Absurd

In March 2017, Nintendo will reportedly do what every other console and tablet maker has failed to do: Give us a console that seamlessly moves between portable and stationary gaming.


You Can Now Use Your Wireless Controllers With The Original Super Nintendo

If the original NES was your first crush, the Super Nintendo was the console you wanted to spend the rest of your life with. Its rounded controller was a masterful work of industrial design, but it still had a wire. Wires suck. With this new adaptor, however, your beloved 16-bit console can finally cut the controller cord.


Nintendo's Stock Plummets Because It's Not Making Enough Money Off Of Pokémon Go

Earlier last week, Nintendo was basking in a dewey post-Pokemon GO glow, its stock doubling in value because of the game’s wild success. But what goes up must come down — thanks, Newton — and after the market closed on Friday, Nintendo revealed in a press release that “the game’s financial impact will be ‘limited’ and that it doesn’t expect to revise its annual forecast higher based on ‘current conditions.'”


Brilliant iPhone Case Makes It Way Easier To Catch Pokemon

If you’re struggling to build your Pokemon posse because your Pokeballs are curving all over the place, Jon Cleaver has created a simple but brilliant iPhone case that serves as a guide for your finger to keep launches dead-straight, and vastly improve your monster capturing skills in Pokemon GO.


Five Actually-Useful Pokemon Go Tips, From Five Level 25 Players

It’s been a few weeks since the launch of the app that even your neighbour who you’ve never met is talking about. Pokemon Go is now playable in over 50 countries, with the latest location being Nintendo’s origin country, Japan. The smartphone game has made Nintendo more valuable than Sony in less than a week, forced both US presidential nominees to mention the word ‘Pokemon’ in their speeches, and even taught social skills to young people with autism. If you’re not a fan of Pokemon Go you might have installed the PokeGone Chrome extension to try silencing the Internet.

However, if you’re still trying to be the very best, then take note of these actually useful tips from five level 25+ players to guide you this weekend.


Nintendo Is Literally More Valuable Than Sony Because You're All Nerd-Arse Pokemon GO Freaks

Sometimes I wake up in a tizzy in the middle of the night, jolted awake with the anxiety that I am somehow separate from regular society because I fundamentally do not understand the appeal of Pokemon GO. Welp, turns out I am. Because Pokemon GO is unstoppable, and now, according to Bloomberg, Nintendo is worth more than Sony. Let that sink in for a second.


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