With Pokemon Go already creating a revolution, Nintendo is now back to its glorious ages. To spice up things even further, the company has announced that the Nintendo NES Classic Edition will be back on sale from November 11, 2016.
It will be smaller, but it will come with many other features. Yes, the Nintendo NES Classic Edition will come with 30 games pre-loaded in it and it will also have the same controllers. However, the console will be a lot smaller than it was in the 80s.
Since most Nintendo fans now have the latest TVs, hooking up the Nintendo NES Classic Edition will be a problem. No need to worry, because Nintendo thought about that already. The new console comes with an HDMI output as well. What’s better than playing the old Super Mario Brothers on a HD TV?
After the launch of Pokemon Go, Nintendo’s shares have risen more than $11 billion in a week’s time. Market experts believe that it will continue to increase. Nintendo, on the other hand, is trying to make the best out of this situation, and we could expect more out of this as well.
For now, let’s be thankful that Nintendo is back in business. However, there are reports that the NES Classic Edition will be available only in the US, but let’s hope that they sell elsewhere too. It is expected to be priced around $59.