There were approach some-more people who wanted an NES Classic than were means to get their hands on one. So far, Nintendo seems to have done a improved job of assembly a direct for a SNES Classic (although we’ll see how that binds adult over time). Either way, a overlie in a Venn blueprint covering NES Classic owners and SNES Classic owners doesn’t paint a large series of people so far.
Having pronounced that, those propitious few will have copiousness of controllers to go around. (While a NES Classic came with one gamepad, a SNES Classic includes two.)
The NES Classic and SNES Classic underline matching controller ports — it happens to be a same pier that a Wii used — and we can endorse that a dual consoles’ reversion gamepads are interchangeable. In other words: You can use an SNES Classic Controller to play games on an NES Classic, and we can play SNES Classic games with with an NES Classic Controller. The functionality was initial reported by Select All.
Of course, a latter conditions presents some problems. The NES controller usually has a D-pad and dual buttons, A and B, while a SNES gamepad has a D-pad and 6 buttons: 4 face buttons (A, B, X, Y) and dual shoulder buttons (L and R). Obviously, any Super Nintendo diversion that uses some-more than dual buttons will be formidable to play with an NES controller, if not impossible.
As for a different unfolding — an NES Classic with an SNES Classic Controller — we tested Super Mario Bros. 3. In that game, a A symbol jumps and B runs. On an SNES Classic Controller, a Y symbol can double as B, and X can double as A. The same setup relates if you’re personification with a Wii Classic Controller or Classic Controller Pro bending adult to your NES Classic. (Those gamepads are also concordant with a SNES Classic.)