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The Nintendo eStore has refurbished NES Classic set for $49.99.
https://store.nintendo.com/catalo...furbished/

Looks like they also have the Super Nintendo Classic for $69.99:
https://store.nintendo.com/catalo...furbished/
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You can add a USB drive to either one, and load all the games you want. And you can add entire different emulators to play multiple systems. I would call the SNES one superior because it has more buttons on the controllers. I.e. you can easily play any NES game with an SNES controller, but the reverse is not true. Plus the SNES classic has 2 controllers not just 1.
But then that defeats the purpose of having any of the systems when you can just go out and buy an Android box for cheaper still if you're going to go about it that way. I'm coming from a pure aesthetics and classic gamer point of view.
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I bought the SNES and then tried to buy the NES, but I'm having a hard time completing the purchase. Anyone else having problems?
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Unless you jusyt want this for collection purposes , snes version is superior along with other mini consoles can be modded to play the nes games. if this was new instead of refurbished id buy it as this price
Prices are/were quite high lately due to CV19 and these being OoP. Good to know Nintendo still have some refurb to sell. While yes you can add NES titles to the SNESC, there's only so much of the vast library on both consoles you can add to this limited space systems. Why not own both and have games on their respected systems?
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Already have one of these real ones, plus a knockoff with a ton of ROMS on it. My real question is, where the hell is my N64 Classic? I play the ROMS on my Wii and on PC with an N64 to USB adapter, but I want my Classic dammit!
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I would guess Christmas gifts and general remorse. I think the novelty quickly wears off and then you're left with the post-coital clarity that you just spent $60 or $80 bucks on a one-time fix on something that reminded you of that lost love from childhood but isn't what you actually needed to be happy.
People realize that within 15-30 days? Sure maybe after 2 months you might have some regrets, but not within that short window for returns to retail stores or even online. But hey, anything's possibly. Even then with the regrets, people can just offload it to Craigslist or even eBay. Otherwise, it's a $60 item. Not that expensive.
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Already have one of these real ones, plus a knockoff with a ton of ROMS on it. My real question is, where the hell is my N64 Classic? I play the ROMS on my Wii and on PC with an N64 to USB adapter, but I want my Classic dammit!
Let's be real here. The library of the N64 don't have tons of great games. Many of which are great are owned by Rare (Microsoft now) and would be a bit difficult a hold of. Not to mention the controllers would be a bit costly to produce compare to the NES/SNES. If it comes out, it'll be no less than $100.

The NESC was made to bridge/fulfilled the dead gap between the WiiU and Switch. Since it was so out of hand popular, N said why not with the SNESC. These games are easy emulated. With the N64 it's a bit different. Every N64 ported games in the Wii eShop had to have their own emulation developed. Why do you think many of these emulators on PC can't run these games correctly?
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Already have one of these real ones, plus a knockoff with a ton of ROMS on it. My real question is, where the hell is my N64 Classic? I play the ROMS on my Wii and on PC with an N64 to USB adapter, but I want my Classic dammit!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BA0BJwuGK4
It would cost too much. I would pay $150 for it though.
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Let's be real here. The library of the N64 don't have tons of great games. Many of which are great are owned by Rare (Microsoft now) and would be a bit difficult a hold of. Not to mention the controllers would be a bit costly to produce compare to the NES/SNES. If it comes out, it'll be no less than $100.

The NESC was made to bridge/fulfilled the dead gap between the WiiU and Switch. Since it was so out of hand popular, N said why not with the SNESC. These games are easy emulated. With the N64 it's a bit different. Every N64 ported games in the Wii eShop had to have their own emulation developed. Why do you think many of these emulators on PC can't run these games correctly?
Valid points, however, there are emulators that run them extremely well on the Wii, I use my own backup ROMS with a homebrew emu and it works great, albeit with a GC controller mapped as well as I can. The lack of Rare games would suck, but I still want it, and would pay for it as well. Unless I can find an N64 to USB adapter that works with the Wii, but even with that, I'd still pay for it were it to be released. It's my favorite nostalgia console.
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It would cost too much. I would pay $150 for it though.
If you have an N64 console, you can get an Everdrive 64 and add as many games as you want.
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I would guess Christmas gifts and general remorse. I think the novelty quickly wears off and then you're left with the post-coital clarity that you just spent $60 or $80 bucks on a one-time fix on something that reminded you of that lost love from childhood but isn't what you actually needed to be happy.
You must be fun at party's, $50 for 20 awesome games and you can add more
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I bought one couple of year a go and still haven't opened it. Basically NIB. Maybe when I am 70 yrs old I can sell it in ANTIQUE ROAD SHOW. 🤣😅🧐
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Let's be real here. The library of the N64 don't have tons of great games. Many of which are great are owned by Rare (Microsoft now) and would be a bit difficult a hold of. Not to mention the controllers would be a bit costly to produce compare to the NES/SNES. If it comes out, it'll be no less than $100.

The NESC was made to bridge/fulfilled the dead gap between the WiiU and Switch. Since it was so out of hand popular, N said why not with the SNESC. These games are easy emulated. With the N64 it's a bit different. Every N64 ported games in the Wii eShop had to have their own emulation developed. Why do you think many of these emulators on PC can't run these games correctly?
I have an rpi3, it runs up to 16 bit games great but n64 ones are super laggy and unplayable
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Never had any of these systems.
Planning to buy SNES, can I add USB to it and put more games on it?
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From which reputable site would one get ROMs?
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Time to find crt tv to go with nes game.
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