Nintendo has been going a bit retro-mad lately, with the return of Pokémon and the re-release of its classic NES game consoles. Playing off of that nostalgia, Spencer Davis, an interactive designer; and Scott Schenone, a product designer, have teamed up to give Nintendo's classic controllers a minimalist redesign.

Taking the controller that came with 1983's NES, the SNES from 1990, as well as the N64 and GameCube controllers, Davis and Shcenone have taken these classic designs and cleaned them up; creating sleek, pared-down versions that are completely modern yet retain the old-school charm of the originals.

Head over to Behance to take a closer look at the project.

When you're done, submerse yourself in nostalgia with this NES Classic Mini commercial that will take you way back.

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