Pooya | Jul 6, 2017 | 1
Super Nintendo Classic Mini Debuts With Epic Game List
Head’s up Nintendo fans, here’s the next shopping craze!
After Nintendo stopped production on the NES Classic, fans went nuts trying to score one and auction prices soared. Now with the announcement of the Super Nintendo Classic and games list, Nintendo will keep that demand on the rise. With 21 games officially announced, it looks like Nintendo may have another hot ticket item on their hands. Not to mention that the list includes a number of iconic, key titles that should satiate the appetite of any true fan. Check out the list of games announced below.
- Contra III: The Alien Wars™
- Donkey Kong Country™
- Final Fantasy III
- Kirby™ Super Star
- Kirby’s Dream Course™
- The Legend of Zelda™: A Link to the Past™
- Mega Man® X
- Secret of Mana
- Star Fox™
- Star Fox™ 2
- Street Fighter® II Turbo: Hyper Fighting
- Super Castlevania IV™
- Super Ghouls ’n Ghosts®
- Super Mario Kart™
- Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars™
- Super Mario World™
- Super Metroid™
- Super Punch-Out!! ™
- Yoshi’s Island™
In addition to the games listed above, the system will include a few other items. A HDMI cable, charging cable, and 2 controllers will be in the bundle. It will retail for $79.99 which is $20 above the NES Classic price but justifiable for the additional items.
Super Nintendo was the system that was truly revolutionary for many. The NES introduced Mario and Link/Zelda but the SNES is what perfected Nintendo’s key characters. Mario Kart, Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Metroid, Super Mario World, and Star Fox are continually seen on gamers’ top lists. After all of the time that has passed, these games have remained to be constants in “must plays.” With these games and others being part of the big list of titles, the Super Nintendo Classic could be a bigger hit than the more recently discontinued NES Classic.
The Super Nintendo Classic is set to launch on September 29, 2017.
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This was first reported by Kotaku