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SNES Classic who got one? Thoughts?


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#21 RickR

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Posted 01 November 2017 - 11:56 AM

I was just able to get one. Well, it's ordered at least, thanks to Target. I'll feel better once it ships.

Thanks for looking out!

I never did have luck finding one for you.  Always the blank space on the shelf at Target :(  Good idea ordering one on-line.  Target.com has always been good to us. 


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#22 Starbuck66

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Posted 01 November 2017 - 01:26 PM

I paid the scalpers on eBay... turns out my wife REALLY wanted one, and I didn’t realize it on release day. We were in the middle of moving, and I didn’t have time to go hop in line somewhere early in the morning. We certainly didn’t need it or fit into the target market, I think she just liked the mini look, and the SNES is her favorite system.

Overall it seems about the same as the NES Classic, the game selection is good, etc. Controllers aren’t quite the real thing, but close, and better than most of the clone controllers you can get these days. I still feel like control in SMW isn’t as tight as it is on the real SNES; you get a little bit more drift when changing direction.

I LOVE the save states feature, especially on games like DKC, where the save points are a million freaking levels apart. Really makes playing those games more enjoyable.

I’m going to get a travel case for it too. I think one strong point for these systems is if we want to take them with us to visit relatives or on vacation. They are so much more portable than dragging real hardware around, but close enough to having real hardware that you don’t notice the difference. I also like the limited game selection. I think a Pi setup is superior, but you can really get overwhelmed with game selection. This gives you a nice limited greatest hits catalog that’s easy to pick a game from and play.
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#23 StormSurge

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Posted 01 November 2017 - 02:41 PM

I never did have luck finding one for you.  Always the blank space on the shelf at Target :(  Good idea ordering one on-line.  Target.com has always been good to us. 

 

No worries at all! I appreciate you trying! It was available only for Red Card holders & was up for about 15 minutes. Got lucky.  :)

 






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