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Nintendo Minute Goes Hands On With The NES Classic Edition

A new Nintendo Minute is up and takes a look at the NES Classic Edition. In the latest episode, hosts Kit and Krysta go up close and personal with the console and play two games – Mario Bros. and Super C. Featuring a total of 30 games, the NES Classic Edition launches with a replica of the original NES controller on November 11 for $59.99.

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18 comments

  1. Again, if Switch has a Virtual Console, I hope the NES Classic Mini’s UI is indicative of what we can expect from Switch’s VC. 4 Save State Slots per game and Pixel Perfect should be standard going forward.

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    1. Eh, I hope the NES Classic Mini’s EMULATION is indicative of what we can expect from Switch’s VC…. it destroys in little pieces the Wii U’s emulation.

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      1. Everything we’ve said together is what Switch’s VC should be. Again, that is if Nintendo hasn’t decided to relegate all classic games to devices like this.

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    1. It has 30 games, and they’re all on VC. This is just the best emulation and UI Nintendo has ever offered, which as stated above is what I hope we can expect from a Switch VC.

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