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    Default NES Classic Edition?

    Didn't see this posted........awesome!


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    I actually dig the SNES lineup more. Probably have to pass on this until they make the jump to Super.
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    I like both libraries. I mean, Super NES obviously was a bigger leap. Saving was far more common. So, difficulty was adjusted. However, I still love me some Nintendo.

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    This comes with a really good roster of games, many of which I would love to revisit. I could see picking this up considering the price is right. However, I'd rather they just made them available as downloads on the system I do have (an XB1)

    I haven't owned a Nintendo system since the SNES. Aren't most of their classic games already available as downloads on their current system?

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    That is pretty nice, but I'm going to pass on it. If you could somehow play the original cartridges too then there'd be no question, I'd buy 2 of them.
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    I'll probably get it myself. I mean sure, you could go the emulator route, but I prefer to go official with games.

    Plus the NES was sort of before my time. It was the first game system I played on, but not the first I owned (Genesis followed closely by SNES).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow of Death View Post
    Plus the NES was sort of before my time. It was the first game system I played on, but not the first I owned (Genesis followed closely by SNES).
    Same here. My parents bought my brother an NES for Christmas one year, but at the time I didn't care about gaming so I never really used it other than random Mario/Duck Hunt games. When the Genesis came out I was blown away by the Blast Processing!!!!
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    Around $70.
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    I think I've decided to hold out on this one. Just to see if Nintendo either makes these classic games available as downloads for the Xbox, or if they come out with another model of the Classic NES that is designed to have a growing library.

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    Did anyone ever get one? They (all the usual places) ran out of them before I could get one.

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    I never saw one in the stores, but I did see a lot of the Sega Genesis one.

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