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Nintendo could be making another mini version of a classic game console: the Super Nintendo

Business Insider Wednesday, 19 April 2017 ()
Nintendo could be making another mini version of a classic game console: the Super NintendoIt looks like Nintendo has another video game console planned for 2017, and it's a throwback to the early 1990s.

According to a report from Eurogamer, Nintendo is preparing to release a miniaturized version of the original Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) later this year. The system is said to be very similar to the...
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News video: Nintendo's NES Classic Is Being Discontinued Everywhere

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If you thought that Nintendo would keep its wildly popular NES Classic alive in the rest of the world despite discontinuing it in North America, you would be incorrect. Nintendo said Tuesday it is ending production of the mini gaming console. Just last week, Nintendo of America said it had ended...

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