NES Classic Edition Is Back On June 29


Nintendo has just announced that the NES Classic Edtion, and the SNES Classic Edtion are back and will be hitting the stores June 29. They are expected to be available through the end of the year.


The first time Nintendo launched the NES Classic Edition was in November 2016, but production was quickly stopped in April 2017. Nintendo said in September 2017 that they would re-release the console, and have now delivered.

The NES Classic Edition will be sold for the suggested retail price of $59.99 and will come with the same 30 classic games as it did the first time it launched. Among these are legendary games such as Super Mario Bros, The Legend Of Zelda, Donkey Kong and Metroid. The system will come with one classic gray controller, as well as a whole bunch of features to give you the best possible NES experience.


The features include 4 save slots for you to save your progress, so that you can leave in the middle of an NES game, without having to worry that you will lose all your data. Furthermore there are multiple display option for the games that you are playing. If you want real old-school there’s a filter that makes you TV look like an old one, with scan lines and everything. If you’re a little less hipster than that but still want the classic NES feeling than there’s a filter that gives the NES games that little bit of stretch that would otherwise be missing. You can also just play the normal way where the entire game is pixel perfect.

For more information check the official website.



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