If this sounds familiar to you, that's because Nintendo's NES Classic Edition console - released in late 2016, seen above on the left - had the same issue. "Or you can rewatch up to a minute (depending on the game) of your gameplay before you hit suspend, then pick up the game from a moment before you saved". Crammed within its itty-bitty casing are classic titles like The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Metroid, and other games from Nintendo's golden era. Now they also do the same with the SNES Classic.
The nostalgic rendition of the 16-bit product comes with 20 classic games like Super Mario World and Super Mario Kart in addition to the never-released sequel to Star Fox. We had heard through the grapevine that most GameStop stores will only be getting 10 to 16 SNES Classic consoles.
In Canada, Best Buy users will be able to place pre-orders Tuesday.
Worse still, Nintendo and its retail partners provide no indication of when pre-orders will become available. Like the NES Classic Edition, scalpers on eBay will charge many times the retail price.
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As usual, you'd probably want to head on over and buy it now before it sells out, which usually only takes a few minutes.
Nintendo received criticism earlier this year when it announced that it would no longer market the NES Classic, despite selling more than 2.3 million units, amid constraints in supplies.
Nintendo has gone to great lengths to create suitably retro-looking packaging, and included a handy operations manual inside the box itself (which you won't need, set-up is insanely simple). They can also be played in high definition at 60Hz (all games included in the United Kingdom version are the original U.S. 60 Hz releases).