Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition was a surprise hit when it launched last year. The tiny replica of a classic Nintendo Entertainment System came with 30 classic games pre-loaded and quickly sold out at just about every store where it was available.
Now Nintendo is launching a follow-up: the Super NES Classic Edition is coming September 29th for $80.
The new model costs a bit more and comes with fewer games. But it’s based on the company’s first 16-bit game console, and comes with some classic titles including:
- Donkey Kong Country
- Kirby SUper Star and Kirby’s Dream Course
- The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
- Secret of Mana
- Star Fox and Star Fox 2 (previously unreleased)
- Super Mario Kart, Super Mario RPG: LEgend of the Seven Stars, and Super Mario World
- Yoshi’s Island
You can find a full list of games in Nintendo’s announcement. Like the NES Classic Edition, the new mini-SNES will likely use an emulator to let you play those classic games. And there won’t officially be a way to load any other games (but hackers will probably find unofficial methods for doing so).
The SNES Classic Edition comes with two wired game controllers, an HDMI cable, and a USB charger.