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Nintendo is bringing back the Famicom for 8-bit gamers in Japan

After announcing the NES Mini for the western market in July, Nintendo is now set to delight fans of its 80s game consoles in Japan with the palm-sized Famicom Mini. The reimagined game system is based on the console that Nintendo released in its home country in 1983. It comes with two hardwired controllers, HDMI output and 30 built-in games from that era. If you’re interested in getting your hands on one, bear in mind that the games are all in Japanese and you’ll need to purchase a separate AC adaptor for the console.
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