Alright, so that question is a little bit unfair since the NES controller in question is actually a full-fledged coffee table. It’s made completely out of wood, but it’s a faithful recreation of that famous controller that many of us grew to love when it was released in 1985. It also costs a whopping $2,300 and around 4 to 6 weeks to make, as the craftsman creates them all by hand. It’s a neat piece of nostalgia that any Nintendo fan would probably love to have in their game room.
What do you think? Would you use this coffee table?
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