Less than every week because the NES Classic Edition ceased manufacturing, it seems to be like Nintendo is starting work on one other miniature console to gasoline your nostalgia.
It seems Nintendo could have stopped making the NES Classic Edition to make room for its next-gen successor — a mini-Super Nintendo, in accordance with sources at Eurogamer.
Currently in growth for a vacation launch, the supposed SNES Mini would function equally to its NES predecessor — that’s to say, a plug-and-play system pre-loaded with a set of ready-to-go video games out of your childhood.
Considering that the NES Classic Edition prices £49/$59/AU$99 and got here with 30 video games put in, we’re prepared to wager that if Nintendo actually is making a Super Nintendo successor to the Classic Edition, it can sport an analogous value and variety of video games.
That mentioned, one factor we hope is not a repeat of the NES Classic Edition is its restricted provide run.
The adorably itty-bitty recreation machine has turn into notorious at this level for being hard to find, so we hope Nintendo does not underestimate its viewers this winter, ought to it select to re-release the 16-bit surprise.