The NES Classic Edition is on the horizon, so it’s time to sit down and take a look into just how the device will work!
Thirty games are built into the NES Classic Edition and each can be displayed in three different ways. Games can be displayed in either a CRT filter, 4:3, or a Pixel Perfect mode.
In addition, four suspend points are available for each game, allowing players to save their progress whenever they choose. Suspend points even have a lock function to help avoid accidentally saving over those crucial in-game moments.
Another feature included is a demo mode that has Mario & Luigi activating short demo reels for all thirty games. This is activated after idling for awhile but can be turned off in the options.
Manuals for every game are available as well, although they need to be scanned via a QR code. By scanning the code on your smart device, each manual can be viewed just as they were originally intended.
The Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition launches in North America on November 11th at the suggested retail price of $59.99. An additional NES Classic Controller can be purchased for $9.99, however, let it be known that 2-player games can be played with a Wii Classic Controller as well.