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01 October 2017, 12:43 | Jenny Fowler
Shai Ben-Dor Vox Media
The SNES Classic is finally out in stores, featuring over 20 classic games from the system, including the never before released Star Fox 2. For its part, Nintendo said it has dramatically increased SNES Classic Edition production, though it failed to confirm just how many it made.
The European version looks like the EU SNES released in the 90s, while the USA and Japanese versions also ape their regional variants.
"From the sounds of things, there are a lot more of these available than there were the NES classic edition last year" said Skwarek. Customer demand for the SNES Classic was just like we expected... The launch inventory of the SNES Classic has sold out in the first 24 hours.
How wonderful is the Super Nintendo - with games like Super Mario World, Mario Kart, Starfox, Donkey Kong Country, it's loved by an entire generation of gamers.
For the price of £70, the miniature copy of the original comes with two wired controllers, as well as 21 pre-installed games.
A report on Polygon read, "Today's pattern seems clear: While the online pre-order meltdown was stressful, frustrating and seemed nearly actively hostile, the retail experience was anything but". Even as Nintendo of America boss Reggie Fils-Aime told fans not to buy from scalpers, who were already putting up consoles for upwards of $200 on eBay, it was hard not to be skeptical that the company could deliver.
And even if you scoff and say, "Well, your rental store was bad, because I've played them all!", Nintendo has a surprise for you.
First off, Star Fox 2 has a website with a few pages instead, but all other manuals are reproduced nicely as digital PDFs. You can share some of your old favorites like Super Mario World and F-Zero, and even those that you spent weeks playing in the time before maps and walkthroughs on Google like Final Fantasy III.
All in all, the SNES Classic's launch has been infinitely smoother than its predecessor's, and your chances of picking one up (if you haven't already) are looking pretty good.
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