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8Bitdo NES30 Gamepad

Nintendo might not be releasing your favorite 8-bit classics on the App Store anytime soon, but you can at least recreate the feeling of the controller with the 8Bitdo NES30 Gamepad. This Bluetooth-powered, iOS, Android, and Mac/PC compatible gamepad was designed to look and feel like the NES controller we all know and love, but with the extra buttons necessary to control more demanding modern games. In other words, it's way more practical than trying to splice that ancient controller onto a Lightning cable.

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