Super Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition

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Super Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Dedicated Console
Generation
Eighth
Nintendo
Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition
Technical Information
4 x ARM Cortex-A7
Internal flash memory
Internal flash memory
Input(s)
2 x Controller Ports, 1 x Micro USB charging port
Output(s)
HDMI
European Union European Release
September 292017
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release
September 292017
Australia Australian Release
September 302017
Japan Japanese Release
October 52017
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Super Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition, colloquially known as SNES Classic, is a dedicated console by Nintendo that emulates the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). It was launched on October 5, 2017 in Japan, and later on September 29 in North America and Europe, then following day on September 30 in Australia. The console, aesthetically, is a miniature replica of the SNES, and it includes a static library of 21 built-in games, including the never-released Star Fox 2, from the licensed SNES library, supporting save states for all of them.

Products included[edit | edit source]

  • Miniature Super Nintendo Entertainment System replica with 21 pre-loaded Super NES games
  • Two wired Super NES Classic Controllers.
  • One HDMI cable
  • One USB cable with AC adapter
  • Operations manual (with a poster on the back!)

New features[edit | edit source]

  • Rewind - An all-new feature lets you rewind a minute or more based on your game’s last suspend point. Each game can save up to four suspend points.
  • My Game Play Demo - This new demo mode will replay your saved Suspend Points as part of the demo game footage instead of using built-in demos.
  • Frame - Wrap a cool border around your game with the new Frame feature. Some of the frames change color based on the game being played.

Included games[edit | edit source]

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