Goodbye NES Classic Edition
Last week Nintendo announced the NES Classic Edition would be discontinued after only a year on the shelves. It launched in Japan and Australia November 10th and in North America and Europe the next day. The console was an instant sensation. Nintendo explained that “NES Classic Edition wasn’t intended to be an ongoing, long-term product.” Over 1.5 million units were purchased worldwide. Since the announcement it’s prices on ebay have skyrocketed. Only a week later the SNES Classic Edition was rumored to be their next retro console.
What to Play on the Nintendo Switch Today!
Just like many other gamers in the world you might have the itch to buy a Nintendo Switch, but are hesitant because of the currently limited game library? Fear not! We at JustRPG have put together this list of some of our favorite games you can get for the Switch if you bought one today. We have also included a few games that are coming out in the near future so you can better plan what games you want today, and what games you are willing to wait for.
Nintendo is taking the old and making it new today with the release of the NES Classic Edition. This tiny machine can fit in the palm of your hand and weighing in at around 2 lbs it’s no wonder people have started calling it the “Mini-NES”. Many stores have already sold out of it on its first day, but is it really worth it? With all the emulator consoles on the market, what is the REAL appeal of this? Today we’ll look inside this to see what makes the NES Classic Edition special.