Earlier this month, Nintendo announced the discontinuation of the extremely popular and hard to get NES Classic Edition, much to the dismay of fans. The revamped plug and play system was extremely hyped and very underproduced leaving fans with one of two options, either over pay on the secondary market or go without. While people are still disappointed that they may not get a chance to own the 8-bit system, there may be some good news on the way. Rumor has it that Nintendo will indeed release a SNES Classic Edition, or what ever name they decide to call it.
According to the folks at Eurogamer, the mini SNES system will be available in time for the 2017 Christmas season. It is also believed that this is the reason why Nintendo decided to stop production on the NES Classic. Hopefully the company will learn from the past and produce enough systems to better meet the demand for the new system.
So are going to try to get the SNES Classic? Which games would you like to see? Let us know in the comments below.