Tarikh keluaran SNES Classic Mini, harga dan permainan

Kini: Keputusan muktamad kami pada konsol retro baru akhirnya di sini. Semak kami Ulasan SNES Classic Mini untuk tanggapan penuh kami.

Pelepasan yang akan berlaku juga bermakna bahawa penggodam telah mendapatkan tangan mereka pada konsol, dan telah mendapati bahawa mungkin untuk tambah lebih banyak permainan dengan cara yang sama dengan NES Classic Mini.

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SNES Mini adalah cara paling sah untuk mengembalikan kemuliaan 16-bit Nintendo yang pendek untuk menggali salah satu konsol asal untuk diri anda sendiri.

Ya, kami sedar anda boleh memainkan banyak permainan ini melalui Konsol Maya Nintendo, tetapi hanya ada sesuatu tentang memainkan permainan klasik dengan pengawal Nintendo asli yang menggelitik kelenjar nostalgia kami dengan lebih berkesan.

Lebih baik lagi, bukan sekadar menawarkan kepada kita apa yang telah kita lihat sebelumnya, SNES Classic Mini telah menyaksikan pelepasan permainan yang tidak pernah dilihat sebelum cahaya, Star Fox 2, bersama dengan siaran retro 20.

Seperti NES Classic sebelum ini, lelaran SNES adalah mesin kecil bersaiz sawit. Walaupun ia mempunyai permainan 9 yang lebih sedikit daripada pendahulunya yang melepaskan semula, klasik 21 16-bit yang dimasuki ke konsol adalah tajuk yang jauh lebih baik. Ia boleh didapati sekarang dan, dengan bersungguh-sungguh, Nintendo telah berjanji ia akan didapati dalam bilangan yang sedikit lebih besar daripada tahun lepas NES Classic. (Walaupun, itu tidak agak ternyata kes itu setakat ini ...)

Kami mendapat mengintip pertama kami di konsol pada Jun 26, bersama-sama dengan tarikh keluaran untuk perkakasan era 16-bit: September 29, 2017. Harganya ialah $ 80 / £ 79.99 / AU $ 119.95 - yang, ya, adalah sebahagian besar perubahan lebih daripada NES Classic tahun lepas.

Daftar keluar kami semakan SNES Classic Mini untuk ringkasan bagaimana konsol beroperasi, atau baca di bawah untuk gambaran keseluruhan konsol.

Here’s our unboxing of the retro machine.

Potong untuk mengejar

  • Apakah ia? A plug-and-play home console that plays SNES games
  • Berapa kos? $79.99/£69.99/ AU$ 119.95
  • What’s the release date? September 29 in UK and US, September 30 in AU

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Apa yang ada dalam kotak?

Like the NES Classic Mini before it, the SNES Classic Mini comes with pretty much everything you need to start playing right away in the box. The 21 games come pre-loaded on the console so all you need is an HDMI cable to connect the console and your TV.

It also comes with a second controller in the box, unlike the NES Mini, so that you can sit cross-legged on the floor and enjoy the multiplayer games with your friends just like you used to.

Nicely, we’ve discovered that these controllers are in fact able to plug into WiiMotes to allow you to play SNES games you’ve downloaded onto the virtual console. With the death of the Wii U it’s unlikely that this functionality is going to be useful for long, but it’s a nice way of expanding the amount of games you can play with the authentic controller.

The other piece of good news is that this time, the wires on the controllers are longer so if you want to move back to the sofa (your knees are less forgiving than they used to be) you at least have the option. They’re still not as long as the original console’s, but it’s a move in the right direction.

It’s worth noting that something not included in the box is an AC adapter for the USB power cable (in the UK at least), which you will need to plug it into the wall.

The appearance of the console that you pull out of the box will depend on where you purchase it from. Those in the UK and Australia will get the model of the console with its more colorful buttons while those in the US will, of course, receive the purple-accented US model.

Those in Japan will get a different model again: the Super Famicom Mini on October 5, a model whose design is more similar to the European version and will come with a slightly different selection of games.

What games are on it?

In the UK, US and Australia, the games pre-installed on the SNES Mini will be as follows:

  • Contra III: The Alien Wars™
  • Donkey Kong Country™
  • EarthBound™
  • Final Fantasy III
  • F-ZERO™
  • Kirby™ Super Star
  • Kirby’s Dream Course™
  • The Legend of Zelda™: A Link to the Past™
  • Mega Man® X
  • Rahsia Mana
  • Star Fox™
  • Star Fox™ 2
  • Street Fighter® II Turbo: Hyper Fighting
  • Super Castlevania IV™
  • Super Ghouls ’n Ghosts®
  • Super Mario Kart™
  • Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars™
  • Super Mario World™
  • Super Metroid™
  • Super Punch-Out!!™
  • Yoshi’s Island™

You should note that Final Fantasy III is something of a confusing entry on this list, as it’s more commonly known as Final Fantasy VI these days. This was the name it was originally released under in Japan, however when it came to the west it was only the third game in the series to do so – hence the ‘III’ – despite actually being the sixth game in the series overall.

Star Fox 2 is another interesting inclusion as the game has never been released. It was original developed for the SNES back in 1995, but was cancelled due to the imminent release of the Nintendo 64. The SNES Mini will be the first time the game has ever been released.

But what about Chrono Trigger/Super Star Wars/other classics?!

Nintendo has included a lot of the console’s classic games, but it was always inevitable that there were going to be some missing.

This was also the case with the NES Mini, but thankfully pretty soon after the console’s original release, third-party modders stepped in to fill the gaps left by Nintendo with tools that would allow you to install additional games on the console.

Now that people have gotten their hands on the console, it appears the software that allowed additional games to be added to the previous console also allows them to be added to the SNES Classic Mini, although if you’re thinking about doing so the practice is in no way supported by Nintendo then you should be careful not to damage your console in the process.

Di mana saya boleh mendapatkan satu?

That’s the million-dollar question at this point. Due to stock shortages it’s currently very difficult to get your hands on a SNES Mini, however we try to keep the following guide updated as and when more retailers have stock available.

Pra-pesanan for the console have gone live on Game UK dan Amazon UK, though it appears stock is currently unavailable. Nintendo UK has launched pre-orders on its own official site where the console is being sold for £69.99. Despite being limited to one per customer, the pre-orders went very quickly but you can sign up to be alerted for when more stock comes in.

Amazon started taking pre-orders for the console again recently and appears to have lowered its price point from £79.99 to £69.99 to be in line with NintendoXCHARXs own pricing. Unfortunately, pre-orders have once again closed.

Di Australia EB Games has set up a pre-order page too, as has JB Hi-Fi.

In the US, SNES Classic pre-orders went live on August 22 at 10 am PST. Unfortunately, they sold out in minutes. That said, itXCHARXs worth checking the product pages for Amazon, Walmart, GameStop, Sasaran dan ThinkGeek in case more become available in between now and the consoleXCHARXs Sep. 29 launch.

Not having any luck getting your hands on one? Why not use our guide to membina sendiri!

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