Nintendo's Classic Mini: NES locked at 30 games

Joel Van Daal
Nintendo's Classic Mini: NES locked at 30 games

With no internet connection and option to insert physical media, the Classic Mini: NES will only ever feature the 30 announced games.

After announcing the new mini console last week, Nintendo has confirmed to Kotaku, that no future titles can be added.

The platform holder said, “The console is a standalone device, so it cannot connect to the internet or any external storage devices.”

“The game lineup was chosen to provide a diverse mix of popular and recognizable NES games that appeal to a wide variety of players. Everyone should be able to find multiple games to enjoy.”

In addition, with no cartridge port, the new console won't be compatible with original games.

In their interview, Nintendo left the door open for a Classic Mini: SNES, answering, “We have nothing to announce at this time,” when probed.

The Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System will launch on November 10 with an SRP of $99.95.


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