In fact, Nintendo admits the machine is meant to bring you back to the glory days of Donkey Kong, describing it as a "nostalgia-fueled system" that's a "near-identical, mini replica" of the original NES that includes a controller designed to look just like the iconic NES gamepad. However, you won't need to dust off your old audio and video input cables, because the new console (thankfully) connects to your TV via HDMI.
You can double up on controllers for two-player games for another $10. But perhaps the best part about the resurrected gaming system is that it comes with 30 classic games -- Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Donkey Kong, PAC-MAN, among others -- built right in. Here's the full list, per a press release: