Nintendo announces their SNES Classic

Nintendo announces their SNES Classic

Nintendo announces their SNES Classic

Nintendo announces their SNES Classic

 
Nintendo has announced their SNES Classic console, which will come with two controllers, 21 games and a never before released SNES game. 
 
This new console/emulator will release on September 29th with a price of $79.99 in the US, allowing gamers to play Zelda: A Link to the Past, F-Zero, Street Fighter 2 Turbo, Super Castlevania IV and Contra III Alien Wars.  

  
With this SNES Classic Edition comes Star Fox 2, a never before released game. Let's hope that this console will not have the same supply and demand issues as its predecessor. 

  

Nintendo announces their SNES ClassicNintendo has also showcased versions that are based on each region's version of the SNES, with the EU and US versions having very different looks.   

Below is the console's full games list 

  • - Contra III: The Alien Wars
  • - Donkey Kong Country
  • - EarthBound
  • - Final Fantasy III
  • - F-ZERO
  • - Kirby Super Star
  • - Kirby’s Dream Course
  • - The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
  • - Mega Man X
  • - Secret of Mana
  • - Star Fox
  • - Star Fox 2
  • - Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting
  • - Super Castlevania IV
  • - Super Ghouls ’n Ghosts
  • - Super Mario Kart
  • - Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
  • - Super Mario World
  • - Super Metroid
  • - Super Punch-Out!!
  • - Yoshi’s Island

Nintendo announces their SNES Classic

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26-06-2017, 12:49:00

g0ggles1994
Bit of a letdown with the games list, especially since it doesn't even feature Mario All Stars, only reason to buy one is Star Fox 2 but I can gaurantee within a week of launch that will be ripped for emulatorsQuote

26-06-2017, 12:59:59

WYP
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Originally Posted by g0ggles1994 View Post
Bit of a letdown with the games list, especially since it doesn't even feature Mario All Stars, only reason to buy one is Star Fox 2 but I can gaurantee within a week of launch that will be ripped for emulators
There are 21 games in total, we will update the article with a full games list when we find it.

Update - the article has been updated with the full games list.Quote

26-06-2017, 16:10:24

g0ggles1994
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
There are 21 games in total, we will update the article with a full games list when we find it.

Update - the article has been updated with the full games list.
I wasn't talking about the article in reference to the games list

I was mainly saying about it being a letdown in general, so many SNES gems missing from itQuote

26-06-2017, 17:39:03

AlienALX
SMW still sits comfortably in my top 5 of all time. I didn't like All Stars. Mostly because they felt very old and clunky compared to SMW.

The games list is OK with me but just one problem. I already own SNES TOSEC. And they are all (every single one of them) on my wee Android console (madcatz M.O.J.O) and work beautifully.

Don't get me wrong I do want this. Quite badly, because I used to own a USA SNES and had the box and everything, but £80? come on now...

Oh, Fzero and DKC were also complete classics. Easily in my top 10 of all time.

Ohhh, they're doing the UK one the same as the original UK one. I'd want the Super Famicom then, because surely that's what the Japanese market is getting.

That was my first ever import console. Eee, remember the days of imports? my N64 was a Jap import also. Then they made it so that the UK didn't have to wait over a year and all of the places that did it went out of business.Quote

26-06-2017, 18:37:42

Dark NighT
Pretty sure nintendo will understock this thing like they did the nes classic just to drive the demand up.

The concept of this is excellent, the execution, as noted with the nes classic is probably gonna be meh.Quote
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