Nintendo swears the SNES Classic won't sell out so quickly

Nintendo swears the SNES Classic won't sell out so quickly

Nintendo swears the SNES Classic won't sell out so quickly

Nintendo is planning to utilize gamer's nostalgia once again to rake in cash with the official announcement of yet another retro console replica, the "Super #Nes Classic Edition".

The SNES Mini Classic will cost $119.95, and it'll be out in Australia on September 30th.

The console comes bundled with two wired SNES controllers. The SNES classic is designed with the original look and feel of the SNES in mind, just on a slightly smaller scale. The short controller length of the original NES Classic was a popular complaint amongst customers, which led to some using wireless options instead.

If you prefer the OG SNES from Japan, you're in luck.

After revealing the Star Fox 2's inclusion in the SNES Classic earlier today, Nintendo released a new piece of art for the game promoting it's inclusion on the system. According to a statement made to Polygon, Nintendo promised that they will be producing more units of the SNES Classic Edition compared to the NES Classic Edition, although there were no exact figures provided.

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Super Nintendo Entertainment System, to give it its full name, follows the same wildly successful template as the Nintendo Classic Mini NES.

For some time, fans of old games have been creating game ROMs - read-only memory - that emulated the old titles so they could be played on a modern PC or other device.

Some of the included games are Contra III: The Alien Wars, Donkey Kong Country, Final Fantasy III, F-ZERO, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Mega Man X, Super Mario Kart, Super Mario World, Super Metroid, Yoshi's Island, and more. However, you will need to complete the first level of Star Fox to "unlock" the sequel.

At launch there will be two different versions of the console. The console has of course been updated for modern television sets as it now sports an HDMI port instead of the RCA and coaxial ports found on the original. You might not have to buy extenders (or sit right in front of your TV) to indulge your nostalgic side.

Nintendo has announced the release of a throwback console that will have fans on the edge of their seats.

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