A few years ago we reviewed a souped-up NES clone called the Analogue Nt with a prohibitively expensive aluminium housing. It was a beautiful piece of hardware, but ultimately it only served to remind my coworker Adam Clark Estes of just how basic and boring 8-bit NES games are. Nostalgia really needs a 'your results may vary' warning, because my trip down memory lane with the Super Nt, a souped up SNES clone that works on modern HD TVs, instead reminded me how much I still love 16-bit gaming.