The SNES Classic arrives on September 29th

Gladys Abbott
June 27, 2017

If you never really had the chance to delve into the SNES library, the Classic will be flawless for you as it features some of the quintessential games that characters from our modern fighting titles starred in.

Included in the Nintendo Classic Mini Super Nintendo Entertainment System: an HDMI cable, a USB power cable and 2 Super NES Classic Controller wired - Ideal for players who can dive immediately into multiplayer action.

Nintendo announced the Super Nintendo Classic Edition for the United States and the Super Nintendo Mini Edition for Europe on Monday.

The NES Classic had all the tools to be successful. The controller ports are different as well.

Last year, Nintendo had registered a new trademark for a controller shaped like the one it used for the Super Nintendo in the 1990s. Surprisingly, the SNES Classic will feature a never before seen, previously unreleased game, Star Fox 2. It was made available during the holiday season, was near impossible to buy, and then it was never fully re-stocked before being discontinued.

Nintendo can't make the same mistake twice.

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Although the new console will be much smaller, its controls will be the same size and design as the original, allowing the user to relive the experience of the 1990s, Nintendo said.

The Super NES Classic Edition is the same way. Other games, like Super Punch-Out!

The SNES Classic will release September 29th of this year for $79.99.

There have been a lot of questions popping up today following Nintendo's announcement of the Super NES Classic Edition earlier today, ranging from, "Will there be enough available?"

Pre-orders for the console have gone live on Game UK and Amazon UK, though it appears stock is now unavailable.

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 company continued by saying, "At this time, we have nothing to announce regarding any possible shipments beyond this year".

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