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    SNES Classic :-) back in Sept

    USB powered, pre loaded with games and it's gonna be great for showing the kids what used to rock the world

    HDMI link, no slot for the old cartridges mind you.

    http://hexus.net/gaming/news/hardwar...lable-29-sept/




    this WILL make people happy.

    It'll go on holidays for rainy days

    it'l be in some offices for lunch time too I think

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    Re: SNES Classic :-) back in Sept

    All the pre orders have already sold out and the scalpers have already started listing them on eBay for 2-300 pound.

    Hopefully I will be able to pre order one from Game at Metro Center or somewhere else as missed the NES Mini. Nintendo REALLY need to firstly somehow stop the scalpers and secondly they need to be creating more units for the masses.

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    Re: SNES Classic :-) back in Sept

    Worth it for the original Mario Kart and F-Zero! Next year could be the N64's turn and then the Game Cube after that!

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    Re: SNES Classic :-) back in Sept

    my Game Cube is still here

    Actually.. my boy was playing Rogue Squadron (Game Cube disc and controller)on the Wii last night!

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    Re: SNES Classic :-) back in Sept

    Yeah, I have my N64 setup to the right of my TV unit (also have a second NTSC machine with cart slot notches removed for NTSC releases) and my Gamecube is setup to the left, I adjusted the Gamecube potentiometer to focus the laser on it so I can run homebrew stuff after writing it to disc, pretty easy to do following the many vids out there, must have a multimeter though to do it to check resistance.

    I did get rid of my SNES a few month back as only had 3 games for it (for over 3 years now) so it was just sitting gathering dust.

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    Re: SNES Classic :-) back in Sept

    Quote Originally Posted by Zak33 View Post
    my Game Cube is still here

    Actually.. my boy was playing Rogue Squadron (Game Cube disc and controller)on the Wii last night!
    Yeah same here with the Game Cube in the cupboard with the original Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 0 games.

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    Re: SNES Classic :-) back in Sept

    Quote Originally Posted by Ferral View Post
    Nintendo REALLY need to firstly somehow stop the scalpers and secondly they need to be creating more units for the masses.
    If they made a decent number of units for initial shipment, then there couldn't be any scalpers. Sadly I think they want the units to be rare.

    Edit: Or perhaps not. Nintendo claim there will be "significantly more" of these than there were of the NES classic edition where they only made 2.3M devices. https://arstechnica.co.uk/gaming/201...es-buy-resale/

    That's quite the limited run. The Dreamcast was considered a failure with 9.1M consoles sold, wonder how close to that figure Nintendo will get this time
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    Re: SNES Classic :-) back in Sept

    Who here reckons Nintendo will do a N64 Classic?

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    Re: SNES Classic :-) back in Sept

    You can currently get the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System from the store £69.99. I hope they release a N64 Classic, but they will have a problem with 3rd party games; a lot of the good N64 games weren't made by Nintendo.

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    Re: SNES Classic :-) back in Sept

    Nostalgic, but I honestly still prefer emulation.

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