High-end SNES console getting its own unreleased classic

Posted October 24, 2017

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Nintendo released Star Fox 2 in its Super NES Classic Edition console that launched earlier this month for $80, but it's not the only unreleased 16-bit game rising from its grave decades later. The Super Nt looks and feels more like the classic US Super Nintendo, blending in stylings of the Super Famicom Japanese model as well. The Big N looks like it wants to continue keeping retro lovers happy as its giving the New 3DS XL a makeover with a Super Nintendo paint scheme. The console features an FPGA created specifically to allow it to run original SNES games, played via original cartridges, at HD resolution on modern TVs with no lag. The game console uses the same AC adapter as the Nintendo DSi, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS systems. From the cover to the buttons, this lovely portable is covered in the iconic purple and gray we all know and love. It will also come with a downloadable copy of Super Mario Kart, which originally appeared on the SNES. On the Amazon website you can already put a pre-order for $200 Dollars. But Analogue's wonderful Super Nt - a precision engineered reference quality Super Nintendo console that can play the original cartridges - might just do one better.

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