Get ready. Super Nintendo Classic hits stores this fall

Screenshot, Nintendo.com

Nintendo announced Monday that it will soon release a Super Nintendo Classic game console, which comes off the heels of the company’s Nintendo Classic release last year.

Your experience with Nintendo is about to get super.

Nintendo announced Monday that it will soon release a Super Nintendo Classic game console, which comes off the heels of the company’s Nintendo Classic release last year.

The new device, which fits in the palm of your hand, will come with 21 different games along with two wired controllers

Super NES game like “Super Mario World,” “Super Mario Kart” and “The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past” are all included with the new device, according to Nintendo.

A list of the games that will debut with the Super SNES Classic.| Screenshot, Nintendo.com

As The Verge reported, the new device hits stores on Sept. 29 and will cost $79.99.

Last year, Nintendo released a Nintendo Classic console, which struggled to gain popularity since many stores sold out quickly. Nintendo decided to discontinue the device thereafter.

Utah video game stores struggled to hold onto copies, too. GameStop stores across the valley told the Deseret News that they weren’t sure about incoming shipments, saying that the device was a hot item.

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