The Nintendo Family Computer, a.k.a. Famicom, was a video game console that was released in Japan in 1983. It lead to the development of the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), which might sound more familiar as it was released worldwide. The Famicom came with two controllers, one of which featured a small microphone, so the controller on these earphones is actually very realistic. The D-pad and “B” button are just decorations, but the “A” button can be used to pause/play, answer phone calls/hang up, and mute. The cord length can be adjusted between about 22 to 47 inches. The earphones cost 3980 yen ($39) and will be released on 5/20. Datel Japan is taking pre-orders on Amazon now, but you’ll most likely need a Japanese credit card to purchase them.