Nintendo are releasing (or rather, Re-releasing) the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in the form of the SNES Classic.
The SNES Classic Edition is coming to shelves September 29, 2017. The console will include 21 games on it, which is a smaller library than the NES Classic (now discontinued) but at a slightly higher price, but hey! You're getting an extra controller, which the NES Classic required purchase of.
The system comes with the two controllers, as well as a HDMI cable to connect to your TV, a USB Charging Cable and a power cable. Having both of the controllers in the box means that the Co-Op sides of the games included are available to be played right away, as mentioned earlier, the NES Classic only shipped with one controller with extras available extra.
The games included on the SNES Classic Edition include classics like The Legend of Zelda: A Liink to the Past and Super Mario Kart. But what is really grabbing attention is a never-before-released title in the form of Star Fox 2. Star Fox 2 has been widely available as a ROM, but it never had an official release on consoles due to the game being cancelled before its release.
But Star Fox 2 won't be available to play right away. Players will be required to unlock the game by playing through the original Star Fox game, which is included in the SNES Classic Edition. But don't worry, Nintendo notes on the official website for the SNES Classic Edition say that players will only have to play the first level of Star Fox.
Nintendo have promised that there would be "Significantly more" SNES Slassic Editon systems produced that the NES Classic Edition which was released last year and had been stopped being manufactured Spring 2017. The NES Classic was notoriously hard to find as a result, so this news is promising to Nintendo fans who want to get their hands on the SNES Classic Edition