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One day after the teaser announcement, LEGO has officially announced its next Nintendo licensed product, the LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System.
The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) is the international version of the Japanese "Family Computer". It includes a full-sized NES unit, a controller, a "Super Mario Bros." cartridge, and a small retro-style TV with Super Mario moving "on" the screen.
The NES, the international version of the Family Computer, was created in a world where big and strong is justice. The cartridges are considerably larger than the Japanese version.
This is the kind of TV with a handle with a handle that youngsters would believe if you said, "This is a complete recreation of a television set from the days when it was hand cranked". When you turn it, you can scroll through the Super Mario Bros.
If you look at the stage section during assembly and the mechanism inside the TV, you can see that Super Mario's screen really does scroll like a scroll.
This is a different product than the Lego Super Mario, which allows you to build stages and play with it, but if you place Lego Mario on top of the TV, the sensors work to produce background music and sound effects.
Gallery: レゴ NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) | of 9 Photos
There have been some LEGO sets and kits that were sold only in Japan, but in the end it wasn't sold as the LEGO Fami-Com, but as the LEGO NES, which is unfamiliar in Japan.
It will be released on August 1 and the price is open. It was around $250 overseas, so it's likely to be in the tens of thousands of yen class for adults.
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