Rumor: SNES Mini Coming This Holiday Season

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The console, which was called the NES Classic Mini in the territory, is no longer being manufactured in Europe. Unfortunately, Nintendo couldn't extend the run of the NES mini since it already had plans to release the SNES mini.

It's not a coincidence that this report comes on the heels of Nintendo's worldwide discontinuation of the NES Classic Edition. Now, it seems like the SNES Mini is next in line to bring back some of the nostalgia again for the holiday season.

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Eurogamer reports that the new SNES would be similar to the wildly popular NES Classic Edition released past year, a smaller version of the system that works with HDTVs with some of the most popular games pre-installed.

It's unclear at this time if Nintendo will work out some of the shortcomings of last year's NES Classic Edition, most notably the supply issues.

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Both these systems are based on vintage gaming system and therefore, the mini SNES is expected to retain some of the features of the original SNES, which was more powerful than the original NES.

If you didn't manage to get an NES Classic, the company left the door open for a potential return. Making matters even more frustrating, Nintendo announced last week that they were discontinuing production. Demand is so high that Nintendo says it can't ship enough devices to meet it. Nintendo Switch's are still hard to find in some places, so that doesn't get our hopes up. Games like Super Metroid, Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and Super Mario World still stand up not just as nostalgic curiosities, but as complex and consistently inventive games.

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We for one can't wait to take a trip down memory lane with one of these awesome machines when they launch, hopefully, later this year.

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