Back in December last year, it was
The news comes just after we learned the
A SNES Classic Edition could potentially prove even more popular than its predecessor, which sold 1.5 million units as of February. The machine was hit with supply shortages, meaning a huge number of consumers, including myself, were unable to get hold of one.
Nintendo admitted it had misjudged how many people would actual buy the NES Classic. Don’t expect the company to make the same mistake again, especially now it has an idea of how in-demand its classic machines are among retro fans and newbies alike.
The SNES Classic Edition will likely follow a similar design as the miniature NES. We still don’t know a lot about the console but expect to see classic games such as Super Mario World, Zelda: A Link to the Past, Donkey Kong Country, Super Metroid, Chrono Trigger and many more.