NES Advantage

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NES Advantage
Nintendo-NES-Advantage-Controller.jpg
ManufacturerAsciiware
TypeVideo game controller
GenerationThird generation era
LifespanJuly 1987
Input
  • Joystick (8 direction)
  • 7x digital buttons (A, B, Turbo A, Turbo B, Start, Select, Slow)
  • 2x adjustment knobs (Turbo A, Turbo B)
  • Toggle switch (Player)
ConnectivityNES controller port
SuccessorSuper Advantage

The NES Advantage is a arcade style controller manufactured by Asciiware and released by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987.[1] The stick features two turbo buttons. It is very large, and takes up both controller ports on the system.

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  1. Nintendo Power: "Also from Asciiware, who actually made the NES Advantage that Nintendo of America then licensed from them, comes the Super Advantage." Nintendo Power. Nintendo of America. June 1993, page 60.