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Check Out Nintendo's 80s-Inspired NES Mini Trailer

News Bot Jul 21, 2016

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    Last week, Nintendo surprised everyone by announcing the Nintendo Entertainment System: Classic Edition, a mini version of the NES that contains 30 classic games from the NES library. Today, Nintendo released the official trailer for it, showing off a few of the games and its release date in an 1980s-inspired montage.
    You can check out the video below, which clearly draws inspiration from the original NES commercials. It's fitting that the trailer ends with the NES's slogan, "Now You're Playing With Power."

    The NES: Classic Edition will launch on November 11 for $60 and includes 30 well-known games from the NES's library. You'll be able to play Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda, in addition to Donkey Kong, Pac-Man, and Metroid. It plugs into your TV using an HDMI cable.
    The NES controller that comes with it will have a Wii Remote connector, meaning that you can plug it into a Wii Remote to play Virtual Console games on Wii or Wii U. Nintendo will sell additional controllers at $10 each. If you don't want to use the included gamepad, you can also connect a Classic Controller or Classic Controller Pro to the NES: Classic Edition. However, if you want to play two-player games, one must be the included NES gamepad.
    Nintendo has confirmed that the console will not get any additional games besides the ones included. It cannot connect to the Internet and it doesn't have a cartridge port, so unfortunately you'll still have to dig out your original NES if you want to play any of your old cartridges.
    You can read more about the console and find the full list of games in our original story for the NES: Classic Edition here.
    What do you think of the console? Do you agree with its $60 price tag? Let us know in the comments below.


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