Enjoy The NES Classic Edition With A Wireless Controller, Here's How

By Monica U Santos , Jan 27, 2017 06:32 AM EST

The Nintendo's NES Classic Edition game console has been reported to be one of the greatest game consoles of the season. Unfortunately, it has been reported that many customers are complaining regarding the short-wired controllers. Now, there is a solution for that, thanks to the Bluetooth Controller.

Enjoy The NES Classic Edition With A Wireless Controller

NES Classic Edition's Bluetooth controller short wire problem fixed. According to Enstarz, apart from the fact that Nintendo's NES Classic Edition is virtually impossible to find these days due to a supply shortage, the retro-gaming machine re-released this year is almost the perfect gift for all the avid gamers. The game console has received much praise all over the world. However, it also has one shortcoming, that is the short wired controller.

The connecting cable for the controller of the NES Classic Edition towards the base console is just 2 and a half feet long. This means that if you sets the Nintendo Mini NES game console up on the big screen, you will either have to sit too close to the TV or would need a long HDMI cable so that you can still play your game even from a distance. The NES Classic Edition that rolled out in November is a miniature replica of the late Nintendo Entertainment System that many of today's gamers played back in the days of '80s or '90s.

Enjoy The NES Classic Edition With A Bluetooth Controller

Using the Bluetooth controller and the NES Classic Edition is easy to pair with. You can simply turn off the game console, plug in the receiver, hold down the controller's Start button for 3 seconds and then press the orange button on the receiver. This will start the pairing and then you will see the blue LED on the receiver and the one on the controller should stop blinking once the two devices have been paired already.

As of today, there are two primary wireless controller options for the NES Classic Edition, as reported by Gizmodo. The first one is the $20 Nyko Miniboss and the other one is the $40 NES30 Classic Edition Wireless Controller Set from 8Bitdo. Both of the controllers cut the cord and let you sit from a distance from the TV and you can even sit on the couch while playing.


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