The fans of Nintendo are now getting their own teensy retro console in their home country. Now, the creator of Mario has announced the mini Famicom. The company issued a release in Japan and said that it is basically a compressed version of the original NES. Similar to the mini NES for the west, the mini Famicom is handier and it can easily fit in the palm of your hand. You can plug it into your TV by using HDMI. It is available with 2 wired controllers instead of just one, but there is a drawback that it follows in the footsteps of the new 3DS. It doesn’t contain a pack of AC adapter, so you should buy it separately.
At least 30 games are preloaded with it and some of them aren’t available on the mini NES such as Final Fantasy III, because the game is available only in Japanese language. It allows you the options of four saves per games and it has been considered a powerful plus point if you are live with another Nintendo fan. It is expected that mini Famicom will be presented in the markets on 10th November 2016, just one day before the mini NES comes out in west at 59 U.S dollars. You should need extra 10 U.S dollars to get an AC adapter, but the company hasn’t yet mentioned the shipping fee for Nintendo fans outside Japan. Following is a full game list of tiny console:
Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Balloon Fight, Excite-bike, Yie Ar Kung-Fu, Ice Climber, Super Mario Bros, Galaga, Gradius, The Legend of Zelda, Atlantis no Nazo, Solomon’s Key, Makai Village, Metroid, Adventure of Link, Castlevania, Bumping Sumo, Ninja Gaiden, Super Mario Bros. 3, River City Ransom, Mega Man 2, Double Dragon Ⅱ The Revenge, Final Fantasy Ⅲ,Super Tamashito Luo, Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari , Dr. Mario, Downtown Soreyuke Daiundoukai, Super Mario USA, Kirby’s Adventure and Mario Open Golf.