To capitalise on the release of the Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System / Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic, Prima released a special book called Playing With Power: NES Classics, offering walkthroughs for the games included with the console, some trivia, and more.
And it should not come as a surprise that Prima is going to release a similar book for the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System / Super Nintendo Entertainement System: Super NES Classic, logically called Playing With Super Power: Super NES Classics.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like this one will offer full walkthrough, if the product description is to be believed:
- The Console: A nostalgic celebration and exploration of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in all its 16-bit glory.
- The Games: Discover everything you’ve always wanted to know about some of the most beloved SNES games, including speedrun tips and little-known facts.
- The History: Learn about the SNES development and the visionaries behind this groundbreaking console.
- The Legacy: An in-depth look at how the SNES has left its mark on the gaming industry, and how its legacy continues.
- The Memories: From family stories to fan art to merchandise and more, this book is a love letter to fans of the Playing With Super Power era!
- Speedrunning Tips: Some of the best speedrunners around share their tips and strategies for getting the best times in these beloved classic games.
- Exclusive Foreword: Written by Reggie Fils-Aimé, President and COO of Nintendo of America.
Just like for Playing With Power: NES Classics book, Playing With Super Power: Super NES Classics will be available in two editions:
- Hard cover (with slipcase): $44.99 MSRP (available on Amazon. NB: affiliate link)
- Paperback: $17.99 MSRP (available on Amazon. NB: affiliate link)
Here’s what the cover of both editions look like:
The Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System / Super Nintendo Entertainement System: Super NES Classic both come out on September 29th in Europe and North America respectively. The Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom comes out on October 5th in Japan.