Though the Western release of the Classic console will be missing some titles from its Eastern counterpart, there’s still plenty of great games to enjoy.
Learning from the extreme shortages of the NES Classic, Nintendo has increased the amount of units in distribution, and will also be producing them in larger quantities.
Though unofficial copies have made the rounds over the years, this marks the first time that Nintendo will be releasing the game in an official capacity.
While the original Super Nintendo was designed for standard definition TVs, the Snes Classic features an updated setup including HDMI cables, and a home menu where you can access all the games.
Though unlike the NES Classic, the Snes will be a bit more comfortable to play this time around, featuring longer control cables at around 5 feet.
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