SNES Classic Review Roundup, What Critics Have To Say About The Retro Console
SNES Classic was just released recently and while it is pretty much the same as the original version, the form factor is smaller. The SNES Classic will cost you $79.99 compared to the original’s $59.99 but it is worth the additional money if you have lived through 16-bit gaming and would like to check out the old games that you played.
In this SNES classic review roundup, we are going to show you all the reviews and talk a bit about what the critics have to say about the retro gaming console. The SNES is probably the console that Nintendo is most known for. There are a variety of games that you can jump back into and this makes it worth the money.
The production of the SNES Classic had to be increased in order to meet the increasing demand. Another interesting thing is that Street Fighter II: 30th Anniversary Edition SNES cartridge glows in the dark. The words of the critics are as follows:
The miniature NES was great for getting in quick doses of nostalgia, whether it was Super Mario Bros. or Pac-Man. But the SNES Classic demands your time, and it’s much more rewarding because of it.
Nostalgia is not a precious commodity, but it is a powerful one all the same. Few publishers are better at harnessing that power than Nintendo,
The success of last year’s NES Classic Edition clearly took Nintendo by surprise. The company was completely incapable of meeting demand, leaving many people unable to buy what became the must-have gift of the holiday season.
The reason why you’d want an SNES Classic is to revisit the greatest hits from Nintendo’s 16-bit library, or experience what you might’ve missed, all in one package. Not to disparage the 8-bit era, but what separates the SNES from the NES is that the extra power afforded developers the opportunity to create greater games.
Let us know what you think about the SNES Classic and whether or not you are interested in buying this retro gaming console.