Nintendo has now confirmed a few more details about the awesome Mini Collector’s Edition NES Console that was unveiled last week and which will be available to purchase latest this year on November 11th 2016 priced at $59.99.
Unfortunately the Mini Collector’s Edition NES that comes complete with 30 iconic games pre-installed on it, will not be able to connect to the Internet nor will any further gains be made available to purchase or install, Nintendo has confirmed.
In interview with gaming website Kotaku, Nintendo has confirmed that the vessel would be “standalone” and not support any external storage or online connection. Nintendo explained more :
The console is a standalone device, so it cannot connect to the internet or any external storage devices. The game lineup was chosen to provide a diverse mix of popular and recognizable NES games that appeal to a wide variety of players. Everyone should be able to find multiple games to enjoy.
The console is a standalone device, so it cannot connect to the internet or any external storage devices. The 30 games included with the system were chosen to provide a wide variety of top-quality, long-lasting game-play experiences.
When asked are there plans for other mini-consoles, like a mini-SNES or mini-N64? Nintendo replied : “We have nothing to announce at this time”. Also because the Nintendo mini console does not use physical media the Chamber Lid does not open. For a list of all 30 games that will be available preloaded onto the Nintendo NES Mini console jump over to a previous article located here.
Source: KotakuFiled Under: Gaming News, Top News