Nintendo Latest Offer, Release Date & Review: The New Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition

By Samille Jan Abada , Updated Nov 06, 2016 07:49 PM EST
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The old gray NES that has been part of some gamers life will be back this Nov. 11. Nintendo Entertainment System Classic edition is already set to be launched this month.

This generation of gamers will experience the 8-bit games and two button controllers. You will no longer be inconvenienced by dusty cartridges and blinking error lights.This new console is powered by USB. It can either be included in the power or directly from a nearby USB port. You can have the option between the two, whatever is your preference.

The controller can be connected via a Wii Remote style expansion port. However, the old version of NES controllers cannot be used. The controllers that you may use will either be a NES Classic controller that you can buy at $9.99 or if you have Classic Wii controllers then it is also compatible.

If you purchased a NES Classic, then it is the time to let go of the bulky adapter and Analog Video. The length of controllers' cable is 2.5 feet. The short cable may not be comfortable to other players but  no need to worry as third party manufacturers are already selling cable extensions.The NES Classic is really amazing as you can apply a filter that could make it look like you are playing on an old television.

The NES classic has an access to 30 games including Super Mario Bros. 1-3, Castlevania, Mega Man 2, Super C, Final Fantasy, Bubble Bobble, Donkey Kong, Ninja Gaiden, Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream, Metroid and many more according to Nintendo.

According to Gamespot, Nintedo said that there are only 30 games in NES classic and nothing more. This console has no ability to connect to the internet. It is really like the primitive style of Playstation. It is really good news to all vintage game collectors. Nintendo is still producing the best game of all time since 1980's.

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