Nintendo has lifted the lid on its upcoming SNES Classic Edition console — which is a throwback to the 16-bit 90s SNES console, albeit in a smaller package. It comes with 21 pre-loaded games, including the sequel to a game that is being released for the first time.
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Price and Availability
The classic (mini) edition of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) will be available starting September 29, 2017, and will retail at a price of $79.99.
What’s in the box?
A miniature sized SNES console with 21-preloaded games
Two wired SNES classic controllers
One HDMI Cable
One USB Cable with AC adapter
Rewind: This new feature lets players rewind the game a minute or more based on the game’s last suspend point. Each game has the ability to save up to four suspend points.
Demo: The new demo mode will replay footage from the saved ‘suspend points’ by the user instead of using the built-in demos for the game.
New frames: Users will now have the ability to customise the frames of their games. Some of the times, the frames change color based on the active game.
Controller Compatibility: The Super NES Classic edition console is compatible with Classic Controller and Classic Controller Pro.
List of Games
The SNES Classic edition console will come with 21 pre-loaded games including the Star Fox 2 game — an unreleased sequel to the Star Fox title. The other games include:
Super Mario World (released in 1991)
Super Mario Kart (1992) – Multiplayer
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (1992)
Super Metroid (1994)
Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting (1993) – Multiplayer