Analogue is restocking the Super Nt and Nt Mini Noir tomorrow and, well, good luck!

The Classic, SF, and Black versions of the Super Nt will be available again at 8:00 a.m. Pacific alongside the Nt Mini Noir

I’m going to wake up tomorrow morning and try to grab a Super Nt – but I’m not holding my breath. My lucky streak for successfully placing online orders for sought-after consoles is bound to run out soon. If you’re up for it, the Super Nt will be available again tomorrow, April 9, starting at 8:00 a.m. Pacific.

The transparent design has been discontinued, but the other three models – Classic, SF (Super Famicom), and Black – will pop up in the online shop. The console costs $189.99 (plus shipping), and Analogue is limiting two per customer, a move that has spread anxiety about scalpers swooping in.

According to a heads-up newsletter I got today, “all orders will ship by the end of the week.” As for 8BitDo‘s matching SN30 – Classic and SN30 – SF controllers, they’re currently still out of stock.

If you’re reading this, you’re likely familiar – maybe a little too familiar – with the Super Nt. If not, it’s a well-crafted FPGA system designed for folks who want to get the most out of their Super Nintendo and Super Famicom cartridges in 2021. I’ll kindly direct you to My Life in Gaming’s extensive video review.

With the recent Pocket postponement news, we learned that Analogue was planning to restock a few of its products soon. Apart from the Super Nt, the “very lastNt Mini Noir units will be available on Analogue’s shop at 8:00 a.m. Pacific on April 9, with a limit of one per customer. It’s a $499.99 beast.

“Shortly after” that mad dash, the company will also restock the Mega Sg and DAC.

On the one hand, I’m kind of relieved these systems aren’t readily available – I’d feel like a kid in a candy store that was accidentally given a twenty. On the other hand, I want to play my SNES carts on a modern TV without jumping through a bunch of hoops. After a recent splurge, I am so so ready.

I’m sending you all of my best “online shopping in the Covid era” vibes. Godspeed.



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