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I count myself lucky, I lived through a time when gaming really hit it off. The mid to late 90’s were a wonderful time to indulge in some video game fun and pop culture had my favourite characters at the forefront of everything. Mario cereal boxes, Sonic headphones, Cartoons on a Saturday morning but more importantly we had the consoles and the wars that came with it. Were you a SEGA guy or did you adore the little plumbing brothers more? It was playground chatter that never ended. Then came the 64 bit era, the Nintendo 64 and still my favourite the Jaguar (This console holds so many memories). The gaming landscape back then was different to now, with no internet you had to crawl magazines to get news and cheats, you had to borrow games from Blockbuster unless you had a birthday or christmas coming up, it was simply …
Nintendo has finally confirmed the SNES mini.
SNES mini – officially titled the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System – will launch in the UK on 29th September.
The console will again launch with 21 games pre-loaded onto the system – including the never-released Starfox 2. Classics such as Super Mario World, Donkey Kong Country, F-Zero and Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past are also included.
Two controllers will be included in the box, but you’ll need an AC adaptor to use its USB plug.
For Star Fox 2, never released before anywhere, you’ll need to complete the first level of the original Star Fox to unlock the game.
The full list of games included with the SNES mini in Europe lies below:
Contra III: The Alien Wars
Donkey Kong Country
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