Nintendo SNES Classic Mini

Nintendo Super NES Classic

The Verge review:

“Nintendo has curated an amazing collection of 16-bit games, and stuck them in a tiny box that requires no fuss to set-up or maintain. You can just play. It’s retro gaming without all of the work — except for hunting one down in a store.”

TechRadar review:

“Every bit as lovingly designed as its predecessor, the palm-sized device is packed with almost every one of the best games produced for the system. With the SNES Classic Mini, Nintendo has really hit its retro console stride.”

Polygon review:

“The steadfast adherence to antiquated hardware standards (the most pronounced being the lack of a home button) cuts into some smart software choices, but overall it’s an incredible package and easily one of the best ways to enjoy these games since their original debuts.”

Engadget review:

“It’s difficult not to recommend the SNES Classic Edition. Even if you don’t have nostalgia for Nintendo’s ’90s console, it’s worth considering. Nintendo hasn’t perfected its “Classic Edition” trick yet, and several of the NES Classic’s defects show up here. Even so, some of the best games of all time graced the SNES, and a lot of them are here, in a neat and tidy package.”

Aggregated customer review rating:

4.5 out of 5.0

Ranked 33rd in Gadgets

Ranked 2nd in Game Consoles

$ 90

Nintendo Super NES Classic is a video game console by Nintendo that emulates the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The console comes with 21 Super NES titles 256 MB of DDR3 memory and 512 MB of flash storage.

The Nintendo Super NES Classic utilizes an Allwinner R16 system on a chip with an ARM Mali 400 MP2 graphics processing unit and four ARM Cortex-A7 central processing units.

The Wii’s Classic Controller has compatibility with the Super NES Classic Edition also the Super NES Classic Edition can be functioned through the NES Classic Edition controller. Unlike the NES Classic that used 3-foot controllers, the Super NES Classic Edition comes with 5-foot-cable controllers.

From the 21 titles, 16 are common between all regions, while the five remaining ones are exclusive to either North America/PAL region or Japan respectively.

The 16 included titles are Contra III: The Alien Wars, Donkey Kong Country, Final Fantasy VI, F-Zero Kirby Super Star, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Mega Man X, Secret of Mana, Star Fox Star Fox 2, Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts, Super Mario Kart, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Super Mario World, Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island, Super Metroid.

The five exclusive titles to North America/PAL region are EarthBound, Kirby’s Dream Course, Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting, Super Castlevania IV, Super Punch-Out!!, and Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem.

The five exclusive titles to Japan are The Legend of the Mystical Ninja, Panel de Pon, Super Soccer, and Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers.

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