24K Gold Nintendo

If you’re the kind of person willing to spend $5,000 on a gold-plated NES, then oh, do I have some news for you.

If you’re the kind of person willing to spend $5,000 on a gold-plated NES, then oh, do I have some news for you. Hardware manufacturer Analogue has created a new version of its NES, and this one is plated with 24-karat gold.

The Analogue Nt 24k Gold was created to celebrate the Legend of Zelda’s 30th anniversary–the first two Zelda games on NES both had gold-colored cartridges. If you decide to drop the five grand on the gold console, you’ll also receive an original copy of the gold-colored Legend of Zelda cartridge.

The Analogue Nt is an aluminum console that’s built with original NES hardware. It can play both NES and Famicom games while outputting video through HDMI. You can check out a first look at the console right here.

It’s worth noting again that the 24k gold console’s enclosure is still made of aluminum and is only gold-plated. It also comes with a transparent baseplate, which allows you to see the circuit board.

You can see what you get inside the box in the list below:

24k Gold plated Analogue Nt
Premium Limited Edition Box
The Legend of Zelda (original gold colored cartridge)
RGB or HDMI upgrade
Full cable set or HDMI cable
The Analogue Nt 24k Gold can be reserved right now for $5,000. If you want one, you better act quickly; there are only 10 units available–you can add different colors including Gold and Famicom for an extra fee. Unfortunately, they’re sold out at the time of publishing.