Do you have an old NES somewhere in your basement? Of course you do… CHECK. Have you purchased every classic NES game for the Nintendo Wii? Yep. CHECK! But do you have a cool Nintendo Controller Universal Remote for your TV looks just like a NES controller? No? Check out this very rare NES themed TV remote from Japan.
Extremely Rare Nintendo Controller Universal Remote Themed TV Remote Control
This NES style remote controls most TVs allowing critical gaming functions like power on/off, changing the channel and even volume adjustment. Now you can amaze your friends by pretending to play classic NES games while watching old Thundercats re-runs.
These controllers are limited editions from Japan. Once they are gone, they are gone. So if you really want this rare Classic Nintendo Controller Universal Remote for your TV, then get one ASAP.
Nintendo Controller Universal Remote: TV Compatibility
The Nintendo Controller Universal Remote works with the following brands of TVs. It does not control cable boxes, DVD players or anything else. Strictly TV sets. Also the Nintendo Controller Universal Remote may not work if your TV is super ancient.
Where To Buy This Rare Classic Nintendo Controller Remote
Finding this rare NES remote control online won’t be easy. We found several listed on eBay, but the trick is in what you are searching for. Most search results will just lead you to Nintendo game controllers. Here are some search links that should help you find the Nintendo Controller Universal Remote online. Good luck!
- eBay: “Banpresto Nintendo Controller” ($32-300; eBay Link)
- eBay: “Banpresto Nintendo tv remote” (~$30; eBay Link)
- Amazon: “Banpresto controller” (~$9; Amazon Link)
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Frank Wilson is a retired teacher with over 30 years of combined experience in the education, small business technology, and real estate business. He now blogs as a hobby and spends most days tinkering with old computers. Wilson is passionate about tech, enjoys fishing, and loves drinking beer.