Today, Nintendo has announced its newest gaming console the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. As we all know the massively successful NES Classic Edition has already been discontinued by the Japanese company just two months ago. This is a great offering by Nintendo especially to old school gaming fans who have missed the opportunity to get a hold of the NES Classic.

The snes classic edition is bundled with a total of 21 games, most notably “Donkey Kong Country,” “Super Mario World,” “The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past,” and “EarthBound.” The most exciting addition to the bundled game roster is “Star Fox 2.” The game was originally scheduled for release 22 years ago and finally making its debut on the SNES gaming console.

Here are the other classic games bundled with the SNES: “Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars,” “Contra III: The Alien Wars,” “Final Fantasy III,” “F-Zero,” “Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts,” “Kirby's Dream Course,” “Mega Man X,” “Secret of Mana,” “Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting,” “Kirby Super Star,” “Super Castlevania IV,” “Super Mario Kart,” “Super Punch-Out,” “Star Fox,” “Yoshi's Island,” and “Super Metroid.”

How To Pre-Order In The UK

Earlier, has announced via Twitter that the console was made available for pre-order on their website and as expected, units were sold out quickly. On the bright side, Nintendo’s official online store still has a few stocks of the SNES Classic right now for £69.99.

Take note as well that the EU version of the console doesn’t come with an AC adapter for the USB power cable.

How To Pre-Order In The US

The SNES Classic Edition has already a sale post on both Amazon and Best Buy for $80, however, the console is not up for pre-order yet as of we speak.

Please check Blasting News every now and then for future updates.

How To Pre-Order In Australia

For SNES fans in Australia, pre-order is now available at JB Hi-Fi and EB Games for $119.95. The console is scheduled to launch in Australia and New Zealand by September 30.

The SNES gaming console is expected to outdo it predecessor, the NES Classic in terms of supply meeting the gaming market’s huge demand.

Nintendo has also clarified that they are only shipping the console from September 29 until the end of 2017, as they tend to direct their focus on the Switch and continued support for the 3DS. Stay tuned to Blasting News for more SNES Classic news and update.