Players will need to supply both a working Nintendo NES and the console’s original Zapper accessory in order to play Super Russian Roulette, but the actual game cartridge can be pre-ordered through Kickstarter now, with delivery expected in February of next year, for $55. It probably also goes without saying that this is not an officially licensed Nintendo title, so don’t go reaching out to them expecting support if something doesn’t work right.

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[Kickstarter - Super Russian Roulette via Technabob]


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