13 October 2017
The wait is finally over. The much talked-about gaming system, Super Nintendo Entertainment System's Classic (SNES Classic) mini version is finally going to be launched on September 29 at a price of $79.99. It comes after last year's launch of the Nintendo Entertainment System(NES) which was very limited in supply but was an instant hit.
The SNES classic will have Fox Star 2, a game which isn't available on any Nintendo consoles. It was originally intended to be released along with the Nintendo 64 but was canceled by Shigeru Miyamoto at the time because Nintendo was being rivaled by other core powerful consoles. If the supply of this console is similar to the NES Classic, then maybe it will be a pity that all of the fans won't be able to enjoy the game. The only way everyone gets to play it is if Nintendo releases it on the Nintendo Switch's Virtual Console.
The console lets the users play their favorite vintage Nintendo video games on HD television sets through the HDMI port available on the console.The console comes with 21 games which are: