Nintendo is once again going retro with a new console called the SNES Classic Edition, which harks back to the SNES' original USA launch in 1991. You get a bunch of built-in games including Super Mario World, Super Mario Kart and more!
The highly anticipated game console, which will be available for $79.99, has the same look and feel of the original system - only smaller. While the PlayStation Network has tried to import some of its best titles to the online store, that really only works if you have a PlayStation 3 or PlayStation 4. We have been reporting all night about the SNES Classic launch in stores at midnight and the availability of the SNES Classic online.
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Over the hour we played with the console together, she was drawn to the characters she recognized (Mario, yes; Samus Aran of "Super Metroid", not so much). The game system is valued at about $80.00, and includes two game controllers. This is not the first re-release for Nintendo.
As predicted, it still was not enough to satisfy demand and not everyone got a SNES Classic today. You could also pause a game, return to the menu and pick it up again later.
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