The Analogue NT Mini is an FPGA-based hardware console that was
built from scratch by the same developer as the Hi-Def NES Kit, Kevin Horton (aka Kevtris). It is absolutely
jam-packed with features and can play games from multiple consoles!
- Price: Just under $500 including shipping.
- Video output: Digital HDMI from 480p to 1080p 5x, plus 240p analog (RGB, component, composite,
- Lag free
- Analog output is 100% compatible with all original acessories, including light guns
- Built-in ROM cart
- Can play NES & Famicom carts (as well as FDS)
- 4 controller inputs
- Famicom expansion port in the back
- The ability to run multiple FPGA cores from different consoles (holy shit!!!!), including NES, SMS, Game
Gear, Colecovision...and more to come! All games playable from the SD card (no romcart
In my review, I go over the basic features of the NT
Mini and then have Marc from My Life In Gaming come on to talk about all the settings. Then, Phonedork makes an appearance to discuss how it plays on a CRT...and finally, I have
the main developer himself, Kevtris come on to discuss the features and what's coming next! I'll admit
it's an odd way of doing a review, but I feel like it provides a "behind-the-scenes" view of something other
reviewers might only scratch the surface of:
My Life in Gaming did a review of their own that's absolutely awesome. It covers
everything mine didn't and has some EXCELLENT picture and video comparison shots!
The rest of this page is coming soon. All features are
detailed in the video above. Sorry for the delay!!!