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The Internet Arcade

900+ classic arcade games, no quarters required.

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14 Alternatives to The Internet Arcade

The NES is back... but it's mini!

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Ask anyone born between 1975 and 1990 about gaming and chances are they've got fond memories of Super Mario Kart or Street Fighter II on Nintendo's original SNES console. Originally launched in Japan in 1990 and here in the UK in '92, it went toe-to-toe with the Sega Mega Drive for living room domination.
Forbes
Nintendo sold 4 million SNES Classic Edition units since that system was released in late 2017. That's a pretty staggering figure when you think about it, especially since the company was also selling Nintendo Switch units hand over fist. Over 13 million Switch units have been sold-through to consumers since the system's launch in early 2017.
18 Alternatives to Nintendo Classic Mini

Old school handheld game consoles, fully emulated

Archive of handheld games. In 1976, Mattel introduced the first handheld electronic game with the release of Auto Race. Later, several companies—including Coleco and Milton Bradley—made their own single-game, lightweight table-top or handheld electronic game devices. The oldest true handheld game console with interchangeable cartridges is the Milton Bradley Microvision in 1979.

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Play enhanced NES™ games the way they're meant to be played

With a Nintendo Switch Online membership, you can play enhanced NES™ games the way they're meant to be played—using Nintendo Entertainment System-style controllers!

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AHEAD OF THE MOMENT where the Nintendo Switch's online play ceases to be free, the company has revealed a couple of sweeteners for the £20-per-year service. Most excitingly, the company is making wireless replicas of the NES pad which charge on the side of the console like unconvincing Joy-Con imposters.
Mashable
Wireless NES controllers are coming to the Nintendo Switch - a perfect pairing with the Switch's upcoming library of NES games. When the long-awaited Nintendo Switch Online service goes live on Sept. 18, subscribers will get access to 20 NES games including staples like Super Mario Bros.
Pocket-lint
Nintendo is holding its first Nintendo Direct presentation since E3 2018, and during the prerecorded broadcast, it is announcing game updates as well as new hardware, such as NES-style controllers for the Switch. Backing up a bit, Nintendo also detailed its upcoming Nintendo Switch Online service, which launches in September for $20 per year.
IGN
Preorders open September 18. NES-style controllers are coming to Nintendo Switch. Announced during today's Nintendo Direct, the controllers will be compatible exclusively with the "growing library" of NES games offered through Nintendo Switch Online - and the controllers themselves will only be available to purchase for Switch Online subscribers, according t… See more
The Verge
Nintendo announced a new, wireless NES controller for its Switch console, so players can enjoy classic titles coming to its online subscription service with the gamepad they were designed for. The company is launching its PSN and Xbox Live-like online service on September 18th, and with it will come 20 classic Nintendo titles that you'll get for free, with m… See more
Engadget
If you want a classic NES gameplay experience on the Switch, be prepared to shell out $60. Nintendo announced new wireless NES controllers today as an exclusive for subscribers of the Switch's online service. From what we can tell from the Nintendo Direct presentation, they seem to be an accurate rendition of the classic console gamepads.
TechRadar
Announced during the latest Nintendo Direct on September 13, gamers will soon be able to purchase a pair of wireless NES controllers for the Nintendo Switch, allowing them to revisit the company's classic 8-bit titles as they were meant to be played.
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