If you keep up to date with the latest happenings in the world of Nintendo, you might have seen a few photos doing the rounds over the weekend of a supposed Nintendo 64 Classic Mini. It’s the device that is expected to succeed the incredibly popular mini versions of the NES and Super Nintendo.
After a closer inspection at the N64 Classic Mini, our one and only Alex Olney has now released a lovely video confirming this “leak” is, in fact, a fake. At a glance, the photos of the system look convincing enough, but once you start inspecting and comparing the finer details of the original console to the one in the photos, it becomes less believable by the second.
The typography is one of the major giveaways – with the font not even matching the original system and the gaps and placement of letters have evidently been photoshopped with the help of computer software. The reset button is another dead giveaway. Suspiciously, the power switch also isn’t on display. The final nail in the coffin is the N64 logo itself – with the logo on the fake making little effort to match the original one.
What do you think? Is this Nintendo 64 Classic Mini real or fake? Take a look at the video above and tell us in the comments.
Source : https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2018/10/video_the_nintendo_64_classic_mini_leak_is_completely_fake
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