Written by: Artur Galvao
Now you’re playing with super power!
The SNES Classic Edition is coming Sept. 29, Nintendo of America announced. The box will include 21 games on it for $79.99, giving it a smaller library than the discontinued NES Classic for $10 more — perhaps because there’s an extra controller in the box.
The system ships with two wired SNES Classic controllers, as well as an HDMI cable, USB charging cable and AC adapter. The two controllers are to make the Classic Edition’s multiplayer games playable right out of the box.
To make up the difference between a lack of games is the ability to play a never before released game. Star Fox 2, which has been widely available as a ROM, never actually made it out onto the Super Nintendo. It was canceled before its official release.
That game won’t be available to play from the start, however. Players will have to unlock it through playing the original Star Fox game, also included with the SNES Classic Edition system.
Below you’ll find an image of the games included, and its fair to say that these all games are classic in their own right. The only issue I would take is the non-inclusion of Chrono Trigger, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time. Despite the games included the system will sell fast, so remember to be a nearest video-game retailer store on SEPTEMBER 29.
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