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Nintendo Is Bringing Back the Super NES Classic Edition

Nintendo Is Bringing Back the Super NES Classic Edition

  • Nintendo is releasing the Super NES Classic Edition on September 29th.
  • The system will be preloaded with 21 popular games, which is a smaller library than the discontinued NES Classic — but it certainly beats buying 21 individual games and having no where to store them.
  • Just like the NES Classic, you’ll be able to play retro Nintendo games in high-definition, over HDMI with two included wired controllers.
  • So you’ll be able to play multiplayer games right out of the box (Nintendo charged $10 per extra controller for NES Classic).
  • These 21 classic games will come pre-installed, including the never-before-released StarFox 2:

    NES Classic Edition units were hard to come by — partly because fans and resellers were quick to swoop them up, but also because Nintendo only released a limited amount.

It’s a ’90s dream come true! Nintendo is finally releasing a Super NES Classic Edition in September.

@MarshaCollier: Nintendo Is Bringing Back the Super NES Classic Edition

Nintendo is releasing the Super NES Classic Edition on September 29th. For $79.99, you’ll be able to own a little piece of nostalgia, AKA a piece of your ’90s heart.

The system will be preloaded with 21 popular games, which is a smaller library than the discontinued NES Classic — but it certainly beats buying 21 individual games and having no where to store them.

Just like the NES Classic, you’ll be able to play retro Nintendo games in high-definition, over HDMI with two included wired controllers. So you’ll be able to play multiplayer games right out of the box (Nintendo charged $10 per extra controller for NES Classic).

The new system is just like the original home console, only smaller. But it’ll have the same level of awesomeness.

These 21 classic games will come pre-installed, including the never-before-released StarFox 2:

NES Classic Edition units were hard to come by — partly because fans and resellers were quick to swoop them up, but also because Nintendo only released a limited amount. Nintendo promises to produce “significantly more” SNES Class Edition systems. Shipments are expected through the end of 2017.

You’ll be able to buy directly from Nintendo here, but your best bet is to find retailers offering preorders, like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart, and check back often until the preorder pages go live.

Nintendo Is Bringing Back the Super NES Classic Edition