Earlier today, Nintendo sent a press release to announce that the Nintendo Classic Mini: Family Computer (the Japanese equivalent of the Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainement System) would be released on November 10th. You can click here to find all the details, including the list of games included (and those that are only available in each region).
And today, Nintendo of Europe also launched their website for the Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainement System: click here to check it out! There isn’t anything really new in there, but if you’re in need of a refresher, checking it out might not be a bad idea.
The official website also reveals the contents of the box, which are pretty much the same as for the Famicom Mini in Japan:
- Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System
- Nintendo Classic Mini: NES Controller (two in Japan)
- HDMI cable
- USB power cable (with the AC Adapter sold separately, but you can use the one for your smartphone or tablet)
- 30 pre-installed games
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like the “My Nintendo Number Ticket” will be included in the box (at least in Europe).
Finally, here’s the latest promo video for the Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainement System (from Nintendo of America):
Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainement System will be released on November 11th in Europe and North America, and November 12th in France.