Nintendo NES Classic Edition Price & Specs in Malaysia July, 2019

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Cheapest Nintendo NES Classic Edition Price in Malaysia is RM 459.00

The Nintendo NES Classic Edition is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Nintendo NES Classic Edition price in Malaysia is RM 459.00 from Shopee. Nintendo NES Classic Edition price details are updated July 2019.

Nintendo NES Classic Edition Price Guide

Price List by Country for Nintendo NES Classic Edition

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 1.510.000 RM 445.00
Malaysia MYR 459.00 RM 459.00
Philippines PHP 6,251.00 RM 504.00
Singapore SGD 307.80 RM 931.00
Vietnam VND 4.486.900 RM 796.00

Nintendo NES Classic Edition Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelNES Classic
DateJul 2016
Networking
Ethernet LANNo
Wi-FiNo
BluetoothNo
Storage
Card reader integratedNo
Built-in optical driveNo
Packaging content
Video game includedYes
Cables includedHDMI
AC adapter includedYes
Design
Colour of productGrey
Performance
PlatformNES / SNES

Reviews of Nintendo NES Classic Edition

stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2017-08-23
Be honest, when was the last time you touched your NES Classic Mini? For most people, the answer is ‘never' because they couldn't find the damned thing in stock. For a lucky few, it's ‘sometime around Boxing Day'.That won't be the case with this year's mo...
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stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2016-11-12
Packs in 30 classic games, Costs only £50, Emulation is entirely faithful
Controller leads are too short, Can't add extra games
Nintendo's Classic Mini is a little bundle of joy that costs only £50 (RM280). If you took a first look at this diddy replica of the 30-year old NES console and thought twice about sticking it at the very top of your Christmas list, then reconsider. This...
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nintendoworldreport.com
Reviewed on 2017-09-27
Awesome assortment of classic games, Nice display options, Solid emulation, Star Fox 2, Two controllers included
Controller length is still on the shorter side, Rewinding and resetting is inconvenient
As long as you were able to find one, the NES Classic was a fun novelty. Sure, the controller cord length was problematic and maybe the emulation wasn't perfect - but it was a nice package of classic games, all playable easily on an HDTV. The bar wasn't e...
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hw4all.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-26
Surprisingly, Nintendo announced in the summer a reissue of his first home console, the Nintendo Entertainment System from the 1980s. Since a few days is the Retro-console with significantly more compact dimensions and modern connections available in the...
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wccftech.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-15
Save States, Nice package, Can use Classic Controllers, Can use the bundled NES pad as a Classic Controller, Games are surprisingly loads of fun
NES pad cables are ridiculously short, Not every game holds up, You have to press Reset on the console to return to Home menu
Nostalgia is a funny thing – it's a unique feeling of elation that stems from fond memories. It can be triggered by a familiar jingle, a sweet scent, or in this case, the angular grip of a controller. The downside is that things we're nostalgic for are to...
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t3me.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-14
Excellent selection of classic games, Includes save points for each game
Controller cable is too short, European version doesn't include a power adapter
I never owned a NES, I would usually go to my friend's place where we'd play Balloon Fight, Donkey Kong and Super Mario Bros. for hours. Nintendo redefined 8-bit gaming with simply yet lovable and often challenging levels that would go on as one of the mo...
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nintendoworldreport.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-08
Excellent emulation, Multiple save states, Superb, varied game selection
Ridiculously short controller cords
As time goes on and emulation of old games on modern displays becomes more important, products like Nintendo's new NES Classic seem bigger. For years, we've seen middling retro knockoffs and poorly emulated ports. With the NES Classic, Nintendo brings sup...
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