LEGO 71374 Nintendo Entertainment System NES set available now

LEGO 71374 Nintendo Entertainment System, the set that replicates the classic NES, is available now from the official LEGO online store.

Fans can build their own NES with LEGO 71374 Nintendo Entertainment System, the new set that is available now exclusively at The classic NES console is recreated using LEGO elements along with an old-fashioned television set.

The set uses 2,646 pieces and is priced at £209.99 in the UK, $229.99 in the USA. It has been packed with detail to appeal to the most ardent Nintendo fan and includes a special Super Mario element featuring an 8-bit depiction of the character. A handle operates a scrolling screen, so that Mario can travel through the level just as he did in Super Mario Bros.

It is even compatible with 71360 Adventures with Mario Starter Course (review) as the interactive Mario figure can be placed on top of the tv for special reactions.

LEGO 71374 Nintendo Entertainment System NES 18

Here is the official product description:

Do you love video games? Did you play Super Mario Bros. back in the day? Or do you just enjoy a hands-on, creative activity in your spare time? If so, this nostalgic LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System (71374) model kit is perfect for you.

The brick-built NES is packed with realistic details, including an opening slot for the Game Pak with a locking function and a controller with a connecting cable and plug. The console comes with a buildable retro TV, featuring a flat 8-bit Mario figure on the scrolling screen, plus an action brick to scan with LEGO Mario (figure not included; find in the LEGO Super Mario Starter Course set – 71360) so he reacts to the on-screen enemies, obstacles and power-ups just like in the Super Mario Bros. game.

This unique set is part of an inspiring collection of LEGO building sets for adults that make fabulous gifts for yourself and hobbyist friends who enjoy DIY challenges and proudly displaying their creations.

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