The NES Classic caused pandemonium last year, and now Nintendo is looking to do it all over again with the newly announced SNES Classic. Boasting 21 built-in games including the previously unreleased Star Fox 2, the mini console comes packed with two controllers and comes as welcome news to gamers who missed out on the NES Classic.
Nostalgic gaming has been quite popular in the past with many gamers coveting classic cartridge systems, which has driven up the demand and cost for antiquated gaming equipment. As a result, Nintendo and other brands have stepped up to the plate to deliver the kind of gaming experience that many users remember from their childhoods.
The SNES Classic will launch in North America on September 29 at a cost of $80.