As the holiday season comes to an end, so will the craze for the NES Classic Mini, which is still hard to find in online stores nationwide. The classic mini Famicom sold out a few days after it was launched in November. Now, fans are willing to seek high and low just to get the opportunity to snag one. Just before Christmas, Amazon, Best Buy, Target Australia and many more online stores offered the NES Classic for a limited time only. Still, many fans weren?t able to get one.
Now, the NES Classic Mini Famicom is re-emerging at the Play Asia store. Originally priced at $60 per unit, Play Asia is offering the mini gaming platform for $129.99 per unit. If you live outside the United States, don?t worry, Play Asia delivers worldwide. Take note that the NES Classic available at the Play Asia store is the Japanese version. This version has a slight difference from the Western version. These differences include the controller and the games.
The NES Classic Mini Famicom Japanese version still contains 30 games, but at least eight of them are not included in the Western version of the platform. Also, this version of the NES Classic has Japanese games and the console has connections via HDMI.?
If you wish to know the games included on the mini platform, these include:
- Donkey Kong
- Mario Bros.
- Super Mario Bros.
- Super Mario USA (Super Mario Bros. 2)
- Super Mario Bros. 3
- The Legend of Zelda
- The Legend of Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link
- Dr. Mario
- Akumajou Dracula (Castlevania)
- Kirby?s Adventure
- Rockman 2 (Megaman 2)
- Super Contra (Super C)
- Double Dragon 2: The Revenge
- Ninja Gaiden
- Balloon Fight
- Ice Climber
- Makaimura (Ghosts ?N Goblins)
- Mario Open Gold (NES Open Tournament Gold)
- Final Fantasy 3
- Yie Ar Kung-Fu
- Atlantis no Nazo (The Mystery of Atlantis)
- Solomon?s Key
- Tsuppari Oozumou (Shoving Sumo)
- Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari (River City Ransom)
- Downtown Soreyuke Daiundoukai (Sequal/prequel to Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari)
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