Looking to step up your Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) game? Peripheral maker Analogue Interactive has introduced the best looking NES and Famicom gaming system yet. Sealed into the single piece of aircraft aluminum case is not an emulator but a fully re-engineered NES chipset based on the original 8-bit hardware. So unlike many emulators which can be sometimes spotty, this is the original NES completely remade.

"The Analogue Nt sets a precedent. It opens a door to the highest quality way to experience the NES and Famicom," Analogue Interactive writes. "With a library of nearly 2000 titles, the NES and Famicom are home to some of the most significant games ever created. A rich and diverse history is waiting to be explored. We created the Analogue Nt to experience this pivotal part of gaming history with the quality and justice it deserves."

The Analogue Nt certainly is sexy, it would fit right into American Psycho Patrick Bateman's apartment. The company isn't revealing pricing or availability yet but says it'll drop the details at the end of the month. Chances are this solid block of aircraft aluminum NES won't come cheap.

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[via Analogue]