Here’s a bricked console you may actually want to own. According to a handful of leaked images (via VJ Gamer), LEGO will be selling a recreation of Nintendo’s classic, 1983 NES console built with – you guessed it – LEGO pieces. The system looks pretty darn faithful, but what’s really interesting is the classic tube television paired with it. Apparently, it has moving Mario pieces and can even play music, too.
According to Chinese website VJGamer LEGO is planning to launch a Nintendo Entertainment System LEGO sethttps://t.co/B15owu8ShC— Nibel (@Nibellion) July 13, 2020
German website Promo Bricks reports an August 1 release date with a 229,99€ price taghttps://t.co/m6fUMjsoTe pic.twitter.com/9Vg9taQ4k5
“The set consists of 2,646 parts and includes the Nintendo Entertainment System (dimensions 20.8 x 7.5 cm) and a tube television (dimensions 23.9 x 22.6 cm) with antenna and video game on the screen,” reported Promo Bricks. “The set also includes a controller (dimensions 12.6 x 5.1 cm) and the Super Mario game in the form of a cartridge. The RRP in this country is 229.99 euros (224.19 euros with 16% VAT). According to our information, the LEGO 71374 should be available from August 1st, 2020.”
Are you ready to play like never before? pic.twitter.com/XuNFD7rP0B— LEGO (@LEGO_Group) July 13, 2020