Snes Classic vs NES Classic: What is a difference?

Fancy reliving an iconic epoch of video games? Well, these consoles offer it in abundance. Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Super Mario: we can play them all on these consoles, though that one should we choose? We will assistance we confirm with a lowdown on both a Snes Classic and a NES Classic.

What are they?

The Snes Classic revives a golden art of 16-bit gaming. The Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment complement has a strange demeanour and feel of a 90s home console, usually smaller.

A Super Nintendo Classic games console

The Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System is a miniaturised chronicle of a groundbreaking NES console, creatively expelled in Europe in 1986. Rediscover a fun of 8-bit NES games – in high-definition during 60Hz.

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What games are available?

The Snes Classic comes installed with 21 games including Super Mario World, Super Mario Kart, Zelda and Street Fighter II.

The NES Classic also comes with 30 games and offers renouned aged favourites such as Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros 2, Super Mario Bros 3, The Legend of Zelda, Pac-Man and Donkey Kong.

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What’s in a box?

If we buy a Snes Classic, we will get a console, dual Super NES Classic Controllers, a HDMI cable, a USB energy wire and 21 games.

A Nintendo Classic games console

An NES Classic comes with a Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System console, one Nintendo Classic Mini: NES Controller, a HDMI cable, a USB energy wire and 30 pre-installed games.

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How most do they cost?

The Snes Classic costs £69.99 from a Nintendo UK Store.

The NES Classic costs £49.99 from a Nintendo UK Store.

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