When Nintendo launch their new NES Classic Edition microconsole late last year the company restricted the console to the 30 preloaded games which came supplied with the hardware, to the disappointment of fans, who wanted to load more games onto the tiny console.
Well a new workaround has been discovered that will allow you to upload the NES Mini consoles memory to your PC, enabling you to add the extra ROM files and then re-upload the newly modified software back into your NES Mini Classic console.
There are risks involved with the process, as with any hacking, and the process could brick your console completely, if you don’t do it right. The process is also not quick and requires you follow an exact procedure. Check out the video below to learn more about the hacked mod that allows you to upload 60 games to your NES Mini Classic console instead of the default 30.
If you fancy taking on adding more games to your NES mini then more details are available via the Ars Technica website via the link below.
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