We all knew it was going to happen (or at least we hoped), and Nintendo today accepted it: the Super Nintendo Classic Edition is coming out later this year.

The SNES Classic has been accounted to be in the works ever since the NES Classic was announced, if only because it’s a accustomed assiduity of the idea. So the animate itself isn’t really a surprise, per se — but its library does have one abrupt inclusion.

The better abruptness for longtime Nintendo fans is the admittance of . The sequel to the original was never appear due to a tricky alteration to the new animate generation. ROMs have been accessible online for years, but I candidly never anticipation we’d see any kind of official accepting of the game from Nintendo.

The other installed offerings accommodate RPGs like , , and . The animate will come with two controllers so gamers who want to try out the fabled “local multiplayer” in games like and  can do so. Kirby, Zelda, Samus Aran, and Donkey Kong round out the other offerings.

There are 21 games in total on the console:

One of the main problems with the NES Classic was its rarity: I’d call it a needle in a haystack, but that adage implies that the needle at least , even if it’s hard to find. The NES Classic was never advised to be a staple of Nintendo’s animate archive — it was declared to tide over the admirers until the Switch came out, so it makes sense to me that not many were ever made. Now that Nintendo’s seen how far cornball gamers are accommodating to go to get their fix, hopefully it will at least put out more than one assembly run of the SNES Classic.

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