Nintendo is re-releasing both the NES Mini and SNES Mini with both hitting stores on June 29, 2018. Nintendo described the updated console as a "near-identical mini replica" of the original NES; this one, though, connects to TVs via a more-modern HDMI port. The price of these mini consoles was also sent sky high at the time of release.
NintendoBecause it's super small, and fits in a palm. The NES Mini costs $99.95 AUD and the SNES Mini costs $119.95 AUD.
Just like the SNES Classic edition that also launched last year, many fans of classic Nintendo games simply could not find an NES Classic edition unit in stores when the console quickly sold out right after the company stopped producing more units on April of last year.
For those who were not lucky enough to get either the NES Classic Edition or the SNES Classic Edition, they will get a chance next month since both will be available through the end of the year.
Xbox Adaptive Controller confirmed, available this year
A year later, a prototype was developed for an internal Microsoft hackathon that tracked a user's movements via the Kinect. A specialized controller for those unable to play video games due to mobility issues.
Nintendo previously promised that there will be a NES Classic Edition restock this summer, and it looks like the company will keep its word.
Launched in Australia and New Zealand in 1992, the Super Nintendo introduced what many consider some of the greatest video games of all time.
The online access to classic NES games provided by a Nintendo Switch Online subscription and the availability of the NES Classic Edition and SNES Classic Edition are not the same as the Virtual Console though.