If you’ve been following retro gaming at all in recent years, you know that the nostalgic value of such items has really ramped up in past few years.
Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition console will include three display modes and multiple save-game states for the games included in their upcoming super-tiny Classic Edition console.
Nintendo is bringing back the NES with a vengeance. The company announced recently that it will be releasing what it’s dubbed the Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition.
Even though the Japanese version of the NES (aka the Nintendo Famicom) was released in Japan way back in 1983, the North American version of the console, the Nintendo Entertainment System. is now over 30 years old in the west.
The good folks at Nintendo have confirmed that the new version of the Nintendo 3DS XL will be heading into the hands of gamers on the go on February 13th. The news was made official at a Nintendo Direct presentation this morning, while also announcing a suggested retail price of $199.99.
Fans of Sega’s classic retro arcade titles will likely be pretty excited in early 2015, as Sega has announced that it will release a second batch of their popular arcade titles for the Nintendo 3DS platform.