Nintendo NES Classic Edition To Re-Release With More Games; Special Features Revealed

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Nintendo is back with the NES Classic Edition, a complete gaming machine. Back in 2016, when it released, the NES Classic Edition comprised of 30 classics from the console’s 8-bit era that included The Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros. Even though it sold like hot cakes, the company decided to discontinue the system. The NES Classic Edition will now be re-released in Japan on 7th July this year.

The NES Classic Edition, popularly known as the Nintendo Classic Mini: Family Computer in the East is all set to re-release in July as part of the 50th anniversary of weekly manga anthology Weekly Shōnen Jump. The system will be priced at 7,980 yen (approx. $74).

According to the Nintendo Life, the new console will have the following games:

• Dragon Quest
• Dragon Ball: Shenron no Nazo
• Tag Team Match: MUSCLE
• Kinnikuman: Kinnikusei Oui Soudatsusen
• Saint Seiya: Ougon Densetsu
• Captain Tsubasa
• Fist of the North Star
• Saint Seiya: Ougon Densetsu Kanketsu-hen
• Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden
• Sekiryuuou
• Ankoku Shinwa: Yamato Takeru Densetsu
• Sakigake!! Otokojuku Shippuu Ichi Gou Sei
• Tenchi wo Kurau (Destiny of an Emperor)
• Hokuto no Ken 3: Shin Seiki Souzou Seiken Retsuden
• Captain Tsubasa 2
• Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden
• Dragon Ball Z: Kyoushuu! Saiyajin
• Famicom Jump II: Saikyo no Shichinin
• Magical Taluluto-kun: Fantastic World
• Rokudenashi Blues

Nintendo NES Classic Edition 2018 comes with some exquisite specifications. Here are few features you can expect to see in the system:

Save Game With Suspend Points

You can continue from exactly where you left with four Suspend Point slots for each game. All you need to do is to press the Reset button while playing to go back to the HOME menu and save the progress to a slot. Also, if you have a perfect run going, simply lock your saved file and carry on at a later time. Hence, you do not need to fear to lose your progress.

Display Modes in NES Classic Edition to Help Choose the Look

  • Seeming like an old Television set, the CRT filter scan lines and all.
  •  It offers the original NES game look, with a little bit of a horizontal stretch.
  • Since all the pixel is a perfect square, you can view the games exactly as it was designed.

The fans of NES Classic Edition are looking forward to its re-release. Even though you might miss a few favorites, there are still lots of games to keep you interested for hours together.

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