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Super Nintendo Entertainment System: Super NES Classic Edition

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Super Nintendo Entertainment System: Super NES Classic Edition
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Technical Details
Media Digital built-in titles
Storage capacity N/A
CPU N/A
Model no.
Compatibility & Connectivity
Can connect with N/A
Input Classic Controller
Backwards compatible with N/A
Services provided N/A
Time
Launch date NA/EU: September 29, 2017[1][2]
Discontinue date N/A
Units sold N/A
Linage
Predecessor Successor
Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition N/A

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System: SNES Classic Edition (known in Europe as the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System) is a miniaturized Super Nintendo Entertainment System featuring a selection of built-in games, and the successor to the Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition. As the second system in the "Classics" (Nintendo Classic Mini in Europe) line, the system will be released on September 29, 2017.[1][2]

Features

The Super NES Classic Edition is built after the original SNS-001 system (using its North American design for the North American release and PAL design for the PAL release[2]). Like the original NES Classic Edition system, the SNES Classic Edition connects to a television using HDMI, and is powered through a USB-based AC Adapter. The system includes two Super NES Classic Controllers[1]

Games

The Super NES Classic Edition features twenty-one built-in titles:[1]


References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Now you're playing with super power! Nintendo announces Super NES Classic Edition. Nintendo (June 26, 2017). Retrieved June 26, 2017.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System. nintendo.co.uk (June 26, 2017). Retrieved June 26, 2017.


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