Nintendo has announced that it will bring its NES Classic Edition on November 11, 2016 and it will cost $59.99.
If you were a gamer in the 80’s, you will surely notice that this is near-identical replica of Nintendo’s console that it was released back then. You will be able to plug it directly into a HD TV using the HDMI cable (which is included in the package). To make things even better, the console comes with 30 built-in game, which means that you will be able to play the classic games such as The Legend of Zelda, Super Mario Bros and more.
HINT: We will give you the full list of games that come with this console at the end of this article.
Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America COO, said that the company wanted to give fans of all ages the opportunity to remember how the Nintendo’s original system was looking back then, but also bring some classic games along with it. The new system will feature a HDMI cable, NES Classic Controller and the AC adapter. You will be able to purchase additional controllers by paying $9.99 for each. If you own a Wii device, you will be able to connect the NES Classic Controller to a Wii Remote in order to use it with the Virtual Console Nes games on Wii U or Wii system.
According to Nintendo, NES Classic Edition is best of anyone who wants to remember playing the NES or who wants to pass on the nostalgic memories to the next-generation gamers. The 30 games that come included with the console offer multiple suspend points, which means that you can pick up later where you’ve left off without having to type in a password or something.
Here are the 30 games that come along with the NES Classic Edition:
– Balloon Fight
– Bubble Bobble
– Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest
– Donkey Kong
– Donkey Kong Jr.
– Double Dragon II: The Revenge
– Dr. Mario
– Final Fantasy
– Ghosts’n Goblins
– Ice Climber
– Kid Icarus
– Kirby’s Adventure
– Mario Bros.
– Mega Man 2
– Ninja Gaiden
– Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream
– Super C
– Super Mario Bros.
– Super Mario Bros. 2
– Super Mario Bros. 3
– Tecmo Bowl
– The Legend of Zelda
– Zelda II: The Adventure of Link.
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