The Nostromo itself hasn’t really changed a lot since the original…
It’s been given a black paint job, an analogue stick has been added to the D-Pad and the wrist rest material has been switched from plastic to that lovely soft rubber.
All the keys are the same, black keyboard like layout for the top buttons and a few extra ones on the right hand side.
These include: a translucent scroll wheel, small, plastic button…
… beneath which there’s a Dpad with newly equipped analogue stick extender and a “15” button which doubles as a space bar.
The casing is now a glossy black. While this does look nice before you touch it, afterwards you’ll see fingerprints, everywhere.
The underside features several rubber spacer feet to help the Nostromo stay in place during gaming and a small on/off switch for the key backlighting.
Which looks expectedly gamer-y when switched on.