SNES Classic Review: Nice Dose of Retro Gaming, if You Can Get One

After the success of last year's NES Classic, which proved to be far more popular than Nintendo ever even considered, it was no surprise that it went ahead with a miniature version of the SNES. So far the whole pre-order farce has shown that it's going to be just as, if not more, popular than its predecessor. But is it worth it? Read More >>

Nintendo Might Be Preparing a Mini SNES For Christmas

Last week, Nintendo dealt a crushing blow to retro gaming fans when it announced that it was discontinuing the uber-popular NES Classic Edition. We’re still not sure what Nintendo was thinking—most companies do not choose to discontinue products that get such great reviews and sell out immediately and consistently across the globe—but the good news is, we might see a mini Super Nintendo at the end of the year. Read More >>

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How to Build Your Own Mini SNES

The NES Classic Edition is almost perfect—short controller cords not withstanding—and if you can buy one, it’s one of our favourite Christmas gifts, especially if you don’t want to leave the house. But it only plays NES games, and 30 games at that. Plenty of people—us included—would love a tiny system to play our favourite Super Nintendo games. Or Genesis games. Read More >>