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Nintendo rocks it old school

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Once upon a time, the past used to be something to run from, something to reject in favour of a more exciting now. But in 2017 being present doesn’t seem so appealing, and with that, the old has become new again.

And when it comes to bringing the good times back, none do it better than Nintendo.

With the release of the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System, a petite version of the legendary console, gamers will be thinking its 1992 all over again, albeit on a (quite literally) smaller scale.

Nintendo Classic Mini SNES Illustration

Launched in Australia and New Zealand a quarter of a century ago, the Super Nintendo introduced what many consider some of the greatest video games of all time – classics such as Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Mario Kart, Super Metroid and F-ZERO.

The Classic Mini comes with 21 pre-loaded games, including some that were never officially released back in the day, so finding something to play isn’t going to be a problem.

Thanks to Nintendo, the past is back at it again.  Chris Prindiville

 

The Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System launches in Australia and New Zealand on September 30. RRP AU$119.95.

The Nintendo USB AC Adapter (RRP AU$19.95) will also launch on the same date, and is suitable for use with the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

*Note that an AC adapter for the USB cable is required to play the system but is not included in the packaging.

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