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Super Nt is a $190 FPGA, HDMI SNES. Woo Doggie, this here is a sexy product I don't think anyone is going to buy. It's a SNES Clone, not an emulator it uses actual hardware reverse engineered from Nintendo to replicate the SNES experience. Even the SNES or NES Classics Nintendo is releasing are microcomputers running emulation software. The big difference between the NT and the SNES though is that it has native 1080p output via HDMI. Again, it all sounds very cool but who is this for? People with a large SNES cartridge library but a broken SNES? Or people too lazy to buy an HDMI adapter?

SNES Classic: The Kotaku Review.Speaking of Retro gaming, Kotaku did a pretty nice review of the SNES Classic. Seeing pictures of it in action you really get a sense of just how small it really is. It's only about twice the size of my Raspberry Pi, which is tiny. It definitely sounds like a fun toy, but at almost $100 it's a hard pass for me. My entire RetroPi set up cost me about $30. If this thing was closer to $50 I'd say it would be a must buy if for nothing else than Star Fox 2.

The 11 Best Tiny Houses You Can Buy on Amazon. I'd buy a tiny house on Amazon. I think putting one int he backyard would be super cool. Instead of a man cave I could have a man house. A place away from the family to do all my man things. Or maybe we put the kids in there and just check on them once a week or so. What could go wrong?

Nostalgia Overload: Oldschool Video Game Magazine AdsLOL, look at this dork. Who plays a game like that? Does he think it's one of those keyboard guitars?

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Kids Become DIY Creators in 1stAveMachine’s Fun Nintendo Labo Spot


Here's a new campaign from storytelling production company 1stAveMachine, which partnered with Nintendo to create a fun, inspiring new ad touting the gaming brand's well-received product, Labo.

Through stop-motion and live-action, director Ben Steiner Levine highlights the unlikely art of cardboard craftsmanship that the gaming setup kit encourages. Watch as inventive kids turn into DIY artisans to bring the Labo's build-and-play experiences to life:



CREDITS
Campaign Name: Nintendo Labo
Client: Nintendo of America (NOA)
Sr. Marketing Manager, Ad.: Stephanie Peters
Manager, Advertising: Monica Burk
Manager, Product Marketing: Daniel Orihuela
Billingual Product Marketing Specialist: Roxanne Kim
Technical Support Specialist: Steven Kim
Manager, European Product, Event Support: Sigi Hugel
Agency: Leo Burnett Chicago
EVP, Creative Director: Dominick Maiolo
Art Director: Alex Arroyo
Junior Copywriter: Austin Paramore
Account Supervisor: Megan Bryon
Senior Producer: Brian Behling
Production Company: 1stAveMachine
Director: Ben Steiner Levine
Partner/Executive Producer: Sam Penfield
Executive Producer: Michaela Mckee
Executive Producer: Peter Repplier
Executive Producer: Lisanne McDonald
Director Of Photography: Mark Gyori
Producer: Petra Ahmann
Service Production Company: Korda
Line Producer: Daniel Kresmery
Production Manager: Zoltan Simon
Production Manager Asst: Iidiko Szucs “Picur”
Unit Production Manager: Attila Ponczok
1st AD: Tamas Vass
2nd AD: Hajnalka Vajay
1st AC: Tamas Nemeth
Gaffer: Bela ‘Richy’ Romwalter
Art Director: Dorka Kiss
Set Decorator: Kata Kiss
Wardrobe Stylist: Hajnalka Bognar
Make Up Artist: Nora Belovai
Make Up Artist: Ancsa Krisko
Hair Stylist: Gergo Svegel
Hair Stylist: Gabriella Dudas
Casting: Banner Lorant Szucs
Technical Director, Animation: Vandad Kashefi
SFX Manager: Sandor Csoma

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