#Nintendo has finally ended months of talks and speculations. The Japanese gaming giant has finally announced a follow-up to the 2016’s hit #Super NES Classic. Nintendo made the big announcement this week.

For a starter, the Super NES Classic is a successor to the much-requested #NES Classic device. This Nintendo device made a huge hit in the gaming world. However, due to limited stock, the device has sold out immediately, leaving nothing on the store shelves. As a result, Nintendo has been heavily criticized for making the device so Hard To Find and the new device wasn't forthcoming, leading to some rumors and speculations that the company has already moved and worked on another gaming project.

That rumors and speculations about a follow-up device have just intensified when Nintendo confirmed that a new NES Classic-based device is now on the way. Nintendo made the big revelation at the recent E3 2017 event. Then, just this week, Nintendo Of America has made another big headline when it announced on Twitter that the SNES Classic device is now in development and ready for launch this year. The upcoming SNES device machine would be available on September 29, 2017, with an initial price tag of $79.99, according to The Verge.

Unfortunately, Nintendo’s latest tweet doesn’t mention anything about the device whether or not the SNES Classic device will be hard to find as its older sibling. The Japanese company has not made any indication that it plans to move from the business model it has used for both the Nintendo Switch and the much-talked NES Classic.

Both Nintendo’s devices have reportedly made a huge hit and failed to meet the growing demand in the market.

From NES Classic to the new SNES Classic

First released on November 10, 2016, the NES Classic Edition includes a static library of 30 built-in games from the licensed NES library. It also includes some third-party titles, with writable storage only.

Originally, the device features HDMI display output and a new replica controller that can be connected to the Nintendo Wii Remote. Additionally, the device also features a new Nintendo Entertainment System emulation engine, which was developed by the Nintendo European Research & Development (NERD).

The device made a huge hit on the market, but on April 13, 2017, Nintendo of America has made a bold decision, announced the discontinuation of the NES Classic Edition, with the last shipments going out to retailers in North America throughout that month.

By April 15 of 2017, Nintendo has finally confirmed that they are ending the production.

Overall, the NES Classic Edition has been in the wild for just 5 months only. But it made a good fortune for Nintendo, selling a total of 2.3 million consoles. A successor to the NES Classic device has already been announced, and it will be released in September 2017.

What to expect from the new SNES Classic

Although details of the new SNES Classic are still forthcoming, it appears that the new Nintendo device will include 2 throwback SNES controllers and feature 21 games. These include hits like the “Donkey Kong Country,” “EarthBound,” “Super Mario World," “Star Fox 2" and more.

Like its older sibling the NES Classic, the new SNES Classic will allow players to easily play retro games on high-definition TVs, thanks to the device’s HDMI port. The complete full list of the games includes on the SNES Classic can be found on The Verge website.