Super Nintendo Classic Mini (SNES) Stock Checker
On the back of the success of the NES Mini, Nintendo have launched the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System AKA the SNES Mini. This stock checker will automatically alert you as soon as a store receives online stock of the SNES Mini.
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The SNES Mini is due to launch on 29th September 2017 with an awesome line-up of 21 in-built games. The list includes:
- Contra III: The Alien Wars
- Donkey Kong Country
- Final Fantasy III
- Kirby Super Star
- Kirby’s Dream Course
- The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
- Mega Man X
- Secret of 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
And yes, that's not a typo - the Super Nintendo Mini will include Star Fox 2 - previously never released on the actual games console. There was a huge amount of hype and demand for the NES Mini and it was a real struggle to find one in-stock. We recommend you sign up for our stock alerts early and you'll get an email the second we find online SNES Mini stock.
The history of the SNES
Nintendo first released the follow up to their popular Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990 in Japan. It followed a year later in the USA before reaching Europe in 1992. It's more commonly (and affectionately) known as the SNES and was bought in it's droves by keen video gamers who loved the likes of Mario. Unlike today, when the SNES was released there weren't quite so many stock issues - if you wanted to buy one it was more a matter of a) waiting until it was released in your country and b) saving up enough money to be able to purchase one. Oh, and not forgetting you had to actually go into a physical store too - you'd have to find stock on the shelves of a brick and mortar retailer if you wanted to get your hands on Nintendo's console.
In England and the UK you may remember the SNES looked like this:
But, oddly, it looked different in America and different still in Japan too. I think we probably lucked out as (perhaps it's just nostalgia) but I think we got the best looking SNES. And, happy days, the new European version of the SNES Mini Classic will mimic the console we all knew and loved.