We’re approaching two weeks since the SNES Classic was announced, and North American retailers have still not begun pre-orders.
Gamers have gotten older. They’ve grown up, had kids, and as they raise their little tykes they’re looking back on their own childhoods for inspiration on what kind of gaming experience they’d like to...
There will be three different versions of the SNES Classic dropping depending on your region and some gamers are a little jealous of the lineup of Japanese games, as compared to the European and States included library.
Nintendo has just announced that they are releasing a Super Nintendo version of their Nintendo Classic Mini line. The rumors were true: the Super Nintendo Classic Edition is coming out later this year!