Super Nintendo Classic Edition Announced, Arriving September

Super Nintendo Classic Edition Announced, Arriving September

Super Nintendo Classic Edition Announced, Arriving September

The NES Classic Mini should have been a home run for Nintendo- and if the intent was to generate some awareness and buzz around the Nintendo brand again, then I guess it was. The good news is Nintendo is ramping up supply this time. Here are the details. The SNES classic is designed with the original look and feel of the SNES in mind, just on a slightly smaller scale. This is a bit steeper than the Nintendo Classic Mini NES which originally cost $99 in Australia.

The mini SNES comes with 21 legitimately great games built in.

As well as the classic titles, Nintendo will also bundle in a game from the SNES era that was never actually released - Star Fox 2. According to Nintendo, players will need to complete the first level of Star Fox in order to unlock the sequel.

The Super NES Classic will also be capable of saving where you left off in all 21 games, making starting games from scratch a thing of the past.

The system will use standard HDMI cables and a USB power cable, the adapter for standard power sockets will not be included in the box, however. Still, having your name on a waiting list is better than nothing.

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Still, a console lives and dies by its games, and the SNES had a ton of iconic titles.

On the other hand, there is still a possibility that everyone that wants to get an SNES Classic might not have the chance. You might not have to buy extenders (or sit right in front of your TV) to indulge your nostalgic side. There is some bad news, however. Nintendo stated that they will continue to ship the SNES Classic to the end of the calendar year.

Sadly, all signs point to yes.

For those of you who read my review on last year's Nintendo impossible to get Super NES Classic Edition system; Get ready to stand in line. "At this time, we have nothing to announce regarding any possible shipments beyond this year". "We are offering [SNES Classic] in special recognition of the fans who show tremendous interest our classic content".

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