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Nintendo Classic Mini SNES

Nintendo Classic Mini SNES

  • Built-in storage capacity: 512MB
  • Release year: 2017
  • Type of media: None
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3 years ago*
2 HP with just under 1.37 m cable length (twice as far compared to the frugal package NES Classic Mini where it also only comes with 1 HP) and is in very good quality. Via PC, you can download Hakchi and Mecca for you more games and make it YOUR perfect nostalgia machine! A Raspberry Pie + shell + hdmi + 2 good HP is also an option now that the SNES Classic Mini costs SEK 2,500.
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2 years ago
The only thing that does not make this a sunlight 5a is that Chrono trigger is not included. Otherwise a fantastic little box of nostalgia.

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2 years ago
Good product on the whole, what steals it for me is law and substandard hand controls. Most specifically, I experienced problems with street fighter.

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2 years ago
Good and nice console. It is used diligently here at home. Unfortunately, it died after three weeks and had to be submitted and it was at Bergsala for 4 weeks "waiting for spare parts". When I got it back, the papers said there was nothing wrong with it. Very strange. But it works well now again. The controls are good and the selection of games is good. I just miss a title: Super Mario All-Stars. Would like to try "The Lost Levels"

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2 years ago
Missing Chrono Trigger which is the biggest disappointment; (

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3 years ago*
A true top prize for those who love classic TV games! The only thing that's really bad about it is that Nintendo has been messing with the number of games they integrated and the cables are way too short for the controls. However, both things are easy to fix.
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3 years ago*
I and the rubber are completely lyrical ... the kids got this on Christmas gift, but guess who's the most? Is not that the children iaf :-P
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3 years ago*
Shown you have as I tested a SNES emulator on a PC so you will be very disappointed. Me and my brother tested this for about 10 minutes before we left it aside, wasted money. Cons: -You can not play in full screen or wide screen, annoying frame around the gaming screen. -No direct x support before a nicer graphics that most emulators have today. -Cort short cables to the controls ... type only 1m long -To add games you have to hack the product, there are plenty of guides at night but no legal option before this. If you see a rabarri pi + usb control you get a nicer alternative to a smaller amount of money.
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3 years ago*
Really good. Can recommend strongly to all Snes fans.
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3 years ago*
Very good (and affordable now when it starts to look down under the dawn). The scan lines are very weak compared to those available via OSSC or Framemeister with regular SNES, but they are okay just to hack it and turn off the filter that makes the image blurred in the crt mode. Even with the blur, it's actually okay seen for the price, but it's so easy to hack that you're as happy to do it and remove the blur. Smooth menu system and very easy to add more games, provided you have access to a windows computer so you can run the program you use to insert the games. The top of all the games is 60Hz so you do not experience the compressed image and slow motion from childhood's rough pal conversions.
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