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Yes, The NES Mini Launches Today And Here’s All The Details

Take a step back into the past and relive past gaming glories, or discover a generation of classic titles anew, with the Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System, launching today. Nintendo newcomers and NES veterans alike can enjoy the classics of yesteryear, complete with new features such as high-definition visual modes and multiple save points.

The Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System features 30 titles from Nintendo’s iconic NES console such as Donkey KongMetroidThe Legend of Zelda, and Super Mario Bros. 3 Each title can be displayed at 60Hz via the included HDMI cable. Players can display the action in the 4:3 aspect ratio used by the original NES console, in the new Pixel Perfect mode where each pixel is a correct square on the TV, or like it was back in the day on a CRT TV with the Classic visual filter. Progress on each title can be saved at any time, meaning that the days of losing passwords and progress are a thing of the past. With up to four Suspend Points available per game, multiple players in a household can save their game progress, or solo players can enjoy the flexibility of saving at various points throughout their playthrough.

Whether it’s rediscovering an old favourite or experiencing the joy of NES for the first time, the collection of included NES titles should have something for all players, with legendary adventures, iconic platforming and beloved arcade classics. The included titles are:

  • Balloon Fight
  • BUBBLE BOBBLE
  • Castlevania
  • Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest™
  • Donkey Kong
  • Donkey Kong Jr.
  • DOUBLE DRAGON II: THE REVENGE
  • Dr. Mario
  • Excitebike
  • FINAL FANTASY®
  • Galaga
  • GHOSTS‘N GOBLINS
  • GRADIUS™
  • Ice Climber
  • Kid Icarus
  • Kirby’s Adventure
  • Mario Bros.
  • MEGA MAN 2
  • Metroid
  • NINJA GAIDEN®
  • PAC-MAN
  • Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream
  • StarTropics
  • 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

Nintendo veterans and NES newbies alike will all have the opportunity to enjoy the games of yesteryear in a brand new way with the Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System, launches today.

14 comments

  1. I try to get one today from my local GAME in Bath and they said if you didn’t preorder you are not able to buy one in store… what kind of bullshit is this? why is Nintendo only selling this console online and not stocking in store….. Stupid strategy if you ask me, a lot of people didn’t pre order and were waiting for today to be able to get their hands on one…. Very disappointed

  2. They’re all gone already. it’s ridiculous. There was so much advertising about it and there are even 3rd party controllers for it… they have to restock. They’d be really stupid not to have those things on sheves for the holidays, and they’d be really stupid to annoy so many fans again (the smash amiibo mess wasn’t so long ago) just a few months before launching the Switch.

  3. Good luck finding one. I would buy one if I could walk into a store and purchase one. Otherwise they will lose out on a sale. I imagine they are going to lose millions in sales in the next few weeks. And by the time they finally stock some on store shelves everyone will be pissed off and jaded and the hype will be gone. You just gotta love Nintendos ignorance.

  4. ….hiw do I say this without sounding like a hater?
    Ok. FUCK NINTENDO!!

    “You put out this NES mini with 30 games in HD (as if the visual quality us gonna up the graphics to 4K! Lol) at $59…….& ship only a limited number of systems. ”
    “You left the Wii U dead in the water with only Mario Color Splash as the only AAA title to end 2016. ”

    “Then you decide to launch that new Zelda BOTW (the Wii U version) next year March.”
    Therefore…
    *Fuck That nes mini! Ill download the classics off the network onto my Wii U or 3DS!!

    1. You do realize that all new products are initially introduced in small quantities, not just Nintendo’s. Is it their fault that there is as much demand for it as there is? Sony introduced the PSVR in very limited quantities too, there just wasn’t as much demand for it.

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