Nintendo NES Mini Coming

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nes-classic-editionReady to relive your childhood? Well at least for anyone who live through the days of playing the old Nintendo NES console gaming system will love this news.

Nintendo announced a miniature sized version of the NES console, known as the NES Classic Edition and will come with 30 games. Also included is one controller and will look identical to the original NES controller that came with the console in the 1980s.

The console will plug into your television via HDMI to support all the modern TVs of today.

And for the young generation of today, there is no internet connection; nor is there storage memory to save your game!

The NES Classic Edition will be perfect for anyone who don’t have a functioning original NES console anymore and would like to play 30 classic games all stored in the console.

nes-miniHere is the list of 30 games coming with the NES mini to help you relive your childhood:

  1. Balloon Fight
  2. Bubble Bobble
  3. Castlevania
  4. Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest
  5. Donkey Kong
  6. Donkey Kong Jr.
  7. Double Dragon II: The Revenge
  8. Dr. Mario
  9. Excitebike
  10. Final Fantasy
  11. Galaga
  12. Ghosts N Goblins
  13. Gradius
  14. Ice Climber
  15. Kid Icarus
  16. Kirby’s Adventure
  17. Mario Bros.
  18. Mega Man 2
  19. Metroid
  20. Ninja Gaiden
  21. Pac-Man
  22. Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream
  23. StarTropics
  24. Super C
  25. Super Mario Bros.
  26. Super Mario Bros. 2
  27. Super Mario Bros. 3
  28. Tecmo Bowl
  29. The Legend of Zelda
  30. Zelda II: The Adventure of Link

This console will be a hit for those who want some nostalgia and play the old games that they grew up with. Or it is also a fun way for a new generation to live the good old days of gaming with just two buttons and a d-pad.

The console will be in stores on November 11.

What are your thoughts of Nintendo’s surprise with the NES mini?

Andrew is a co-founder of DeviceCritique. As a tech savvy individual, he aims to explains tech in a simple manner while also providing support for those who need help with their devices or computers.