Nintendo Entertainment System options

JaapDaniels

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Hi guys, today i've got a NES donated.
It needs some repairs but nothing special (recap and corrosion fix).
It's incomplete, i still don't have controllers for it.
But what cheap options are there as to R4?
And are there people close to Rotterdam/Delft with controllers for sale for this console?
 

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I would take a look on Marktplaats if I were you, or go to some flea markets. For some kind of flashcard I'd recommend the N8 pro, it's expansive but it worked well for me but I'm not really familiar with other flashcards.
 

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Closest flash cart to the R4 (hell, it's even made by China) is the NES N8, which is a clone of the Everdrive N8. Can't say anything about quality since I don't know anything about it, but I'm sure it works "good enough". The NES N8 is about $65 USD on AliExpress, which isn't a bad price, but you get what you pay for.

Second closet option is the KrzysioCart from some dude in Poland. No idea about quality, but I'm sure it works "okay", like the NES N8... It's priced at about $65 USD on Ebay.

The best option, which is the most expensive one, is the Everdrive N8 / N8 Pro. No need to say anything other than Everdrive. It has the best quality out of the other 2 options. The price of it is around $185 USD. Not cheap. Not to mention supply issues, since that war started.

Personally, go NES N8 -> KrysioCart -> Everdrive N8 / N8 Pro. The Everdrive is last recommended because it's the most expensive and not easy to obtain in these times.
 
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