Nintendo Reportedly To Launch SNES Classic

Nintendo Reportedly To Launch SNES Classic

"Super Mario World" is one of the classic games expected to be included in the SNES Classic Mini.

They say "The SNES mini (or, to continue Nintendo's official branding, likely the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System) is now scheduled to launch in time for Christmas this year".

"The SNES mini (or, to continue Nintendo's official branding, likely the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System) is now scheduled to launch in time for Christmas this year".

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Should territorial distinctions continue, it could be called a Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System in Europe, or a Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom in Japan, according to the console's original naming conventions.

If Nintendo does intend to launch another super retro console, then hopefully, this time, they have enough stocks to meet consumer demand, so as to avoid the shortage that happened with the Nintendo NES Classic Mini console.

One possible reason why: The company may be looking to replace it with an SNES Classic.

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Now, keep in mind that the N64 Classic isn't official - but given Nintendo's recent stance at the repackaging of old-school games these days, it probably isn't far behind.

Reports suggest that Nintendo is gearing up to launch the Nintendo Classic Mini: SNES Edition, riffing on the success of the NES Mini's success. SNES Classic Edition has so many great titles to choose from that makes the anticipation of its arrival much more exciting. For the SNES Mini, though, we'd love to be able to plug in our still-working AsciiPad or hook up the ridiculously large Super Advantage joystick to a new, HDMI-equipped system.

This would also give Nintendo some fresh buzz alongside the Switch heading into Christmas, and here's hoping they could work out the design kinks from the NES Classic with round two (namely, those maddeningly short controller cords).

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However, it seems like Nintendo has something else under their sleeves.

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