Published: Sun, October 01, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Great Games Missing from the SNES Classic

Great Games Missing from the SNES Classic

After the incredible success of its miniature, remade NES console, Nintendo has released a follow-up; this time based on the much-loved Super Nintendo Entertainment System, or SNES for short. Last year's reboot of the NES Classic Edition console was a surprise hit for Nintendo.

If you're looking to pick up Nintendo's SNES Classic at launch tomorrow we have some good news for you. Obviously, any Super Nintendo game that uses more than two buttons will be hard to play with an NES controller, if not impossible. It's smaller and comes with over 20 games pre-installed, so you can play it right out of the box - though you won't be able to play your old SNES cartridges on this new device. As a bonus, the game package also includes a never-released sequel to "Star Fox", one of the first three-dimensional games developed by Nintendo. The company says that ticketing will start at 7:00 a.m. local times, if there's a line, and there will be a limit of one console per customer. More of a perk of the online service rather than the definitive way to play classic Nintendo games on the Switch.

Following the success of the NES Classic Mini, Nintendo has announced the hotly anticipated SNES Classic Mini.

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SpongeFreak52 is right in that the SNES Classic is nearly identical in its hardware, while unlocking the limitation of 8-bit games in favour of 16-bit. All Targer sales of the SNES Classic are in-store and walk-in early. You can find the app in the app store with searching for just for "i4u".

The Tracker is alerting its users when the SNES Classic is in stock online at GameStop, Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Target, B&H Photo at this time.

Earlier this year, modders discovered a way to boost the limited library of Nintendo's ever popular NES Classic using a software known as hakchi2. You'll need to keep an eye on when stock is available.

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