Super NES Classic Edition

By topgear, 19 January 2019

It’s hard to ignore that Sony isn’t the first to do this mini gaming console revival – the Super NES Classic Edition was first. Yes, the brand never matched Sony’s groundbreaking graphics and tech even before this, but this simpler 16-bit emulator of nostalgic goodness still promises countless hours of fun with its far larger library of pre-loaded 21 titles, Super Mario Kart included. Besides two period-correct ‘replica’ controllers, it boasts USB AC power and HDMI output features for greater setup flexibility.