MANILA, Philippines – After the successful launch of the NES Classic console last year, Nintendo is going to release another console that now mimics the much-loved Super Nintendo Entertainment System, or SNES.
The SNES Classic console, like the NES Classic, looks like a smaller version of the original device it's based on. It will be released on September 29 for $80.
The SNES Classic will come with 21 games:
Kotaku adds the SNES Classic will come with an HDMI cable, a charging cable, and a pair of SNES controllers with 5-foot cables. The cables are about two feet longer than that of the ones on the NES Classic Controller.
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