For both Anderson and Granucci, purchasing a console brought back fond memories of playing the gaming system released almost 30 years ago. Last year's reboot of the NES Classic Edition console was a surprise hit for Nintendo.
The NES Classic Mini featured 30 games (although you could add more by hacking the machine), all accessible through a smart, easy-to-use scrollable menu system. These come in a two pack, so you only need to make one purchase to get enough for all your controllers. Yes, as above, a lot of games I wished had been included. As previously stated, Star Fox 2 has never been released before.
SNES Classic also has a new Star Fox 2.
Gamestop - Gamestop was also only doing walk-ins for the SNES Classic at open, however, they do have a few pricey bundles available for the system as well. I had a Super Mario shirt on.
If you've always wanted to share a little of your childhood gaming favorites, this is the easiest way to do it-just plug it into the TV, and you're ready to play. If interested, there are a couple things you'll want to know, like that this sale will be for units that are on hand, and will be shipped immediately.
And when I say it's tiny, I mean, it's adorably small.
Currently, these classic systems are the best way to enjoy Nintendo's legacy content, and it might be the only way for the foreseeable future.
SNES Classic Mini pre-orders cost £79.99 and orders are limited to one per customer.
This new controller is up for pre-order on Amazon starting today, with a retail price of $24.99 which is pretty good considering you're probably not going to find wired options for much cheaper.
You don't? Oh. Well, that does lessen the impact of the following announcement quite a bit.