What Games Should Be on the Nintendo SNES Classic Edition?

Nintendo is Releasing SNES Mini This Holiday Season

The new classic console is also a major reason why Nintendo really didn't intend to continue producing the NES Classic Edition, despite its popularity. Market it as the Ultimate Nintendo History Arcade or something, and put all your classic systems in one place.

If the Nintendo NES Classic Mini console was unique for being the company's first home console and it was able to bring Nintendo's name back on the map upon its release a year ago, its cousin the SNES Mini should reportedly have a better software lineup and could include more games, most likely around 50 compared with the NES Classic's 30.

This is despite the fact that the recent price of NES Classic Edition is nearly six times the suggested retail price of $60 (almost at a part with today's new gen consoles). If this us true, we are hoping that Nintendo did learn from their mistake with the NES classic and no repeat them with the NES Mini.

It appears that the SNES Classic or SNES mini as Eurogamer is calling it, is why you can't find a NES Classic at all.

The SNES mini is expected to follow with the NES mini's plug and play set up and come pre-installed with games ready to play.

Some of these old favourite game titles could return plus more for the SNES Classic Edition.

The Japanese video game company also explained that they never did intend for the NES Classic to be a permanent product, but rather a cool novelty item, just to bring back player's childhood memories, and it was ideal for the Christmas of 2016. Not at all. More so, considering Nintendo's sloth-like approach to adding games to it.

Other popular games from SNES mini includes "Super Mario Kart", "Super Metroid", "Super Mario World", "Star Fox", "Earthbound", Square's "Chrono Trigger", "Secret of Mana" and "Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars". Fans can expect the SNES Mini console to come out during the Christmas holiday.



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