Nintendo's NES Classic Edition retro gaming console was undoubtedly the hottest product of the holiday season last Christmas 2016, and up until now, its demands are still high. Despite its popularity, the console is still next to impossible to find in every retailer stores in the country, though you can actually get one on Amazon right at this moment if you're willing to pay a premium.
If you did manage to score an NES Classic Edition console for yourself, you'll most definitely agree that the retro aspect of it is obviously its biggest selling point. Having a throwback console is nothing short but great, but there are still some things that can't remain in the past and needs to be modernized if you really want to fully enjoy your NES.
Wireless Controllers for the NES Classic
All NES owners would definitely agree that the biggest downside of the retro console is its short controller wire, which is why a wireless controller is a definite must. Which is why BGR has presented two different wireless controllers that will make playing the NES Classic Editions so much more convenient and better than ever.
These two wireless consoles are listed below:
Nyko MiniBoss for NES Classic Edition
- Precise & accurate button mashing action with complete wire-free gaming
- Play up to 15 feet away without any cords
- Features 2 offset ergonomic face buttons - Two is all you need
- Has a 4-way directional pad for perfect up, down, right and occasional left movement
8Bitdo NES30 Classic Edition Wireless Controller Set
- Controller set comes with a Bluetooth Retro Receiver
- Play your NES Classic Edition on a wireless controller
- Compatible with all 8Bitdo controllers and arcade sticks
- Compatible with next generation controllers: PS3, PS4, Wii Mote, and Wii U Pro
- Wireless Bluetooth, lag-free
- To access the NES Classic Edition home screen, press DOWN & Select on the NES30 controller
According to DailyStar, if you are looking to improve your gaming on your NES Classic, then be sure to purchase either one of these amazing wireless consoles. Don't settle for that inconvenient default console that the NES Classic provides - Go wireless now!