Not only is it smaller, but it’s loaded up with the classics. The “mini-NES” will have 30 classic games already loaded on to the machine. Games like “Galaga,” “MarioBros,” and “Donkey Kong” just to name a few. Sorry guys no “Paper Boy” on there.
Nintendo is planning on releasing the stacked but shrunken console on November 11th of this year — and it’s going to cost less than $60. This is huge news considering Nintendo stock is up 25% after the launch of “Pokémon Go.”