Nintendo SNES Classic Mini 2017 Unboxing Review

Just a year after Nintendo released their NES Classic Mini, they have yet taken the retro gaming world by storm with their new Nintendo SNES Classic Mini. It has every bit of the fantastic design and user interface as what its predecessor was made and more.

The SNES Classic Mini is a palm-sized device that is jam-packed with only the best and favorite games that were ever produced for the system and some welcome bonuses for every player.

What’s Inside the Box?

Unboxing the Nintendo SNES Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System console, you will have a USB power cable, an HDMI cable, and not just one but two wired SNES Classic controllers. It is ideal for playing with your friends with its multiplayer action which is not something you can do with the NES Mini.

The Mini’s console is only about a quarter of the original SNES size which features a reset button and a power button. The overall design is also similar to the original SNES except that it has no functional eject button and cartridge slot. The audio-visual connectors and the rear power were also replaced with modern upgrades, from its old and standard micro-USB to HDMI for both video and audio and USB for power.

Nintendo SNES Classic Mini 2017 Unboxing Review

There is nothing to worry about the SNES Classic Mini for SNES retro gamers either. The controllers feel and look the same as the original one. The only thing that is different is the chord for the controller that is much longer than the NES Mini version.

The best thing about the Nintendo SNES Classic Mini is that you have an identifiably exceptional console, a far better type than the cheap SNES controller imitations that have flooded the market over the years.

Nintendo Mini Games

One of the best things about the latest SNES Classic Mini is its console that comes with a heaping 21 titles that are already hard-coded into its system. It is especially something that retro gamers would be too happy about with the several classic 1990s games included in the console. It also has the Star Fox 2 which was not released officially in previous versions. Its addition aims to provide every player something new to their already favorite titles.

The Nintendo SNES Classic Mini doesn’t just include classic titles; it has all the legendary ones that every player has been hooked into over the years. It has the Donkey Kong Country, F-Zero, Super Metroid, Mega Man X, Super Mario World, Final Fantasy II, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and many others.

Most of the games are ideal for single players. However, it also features multiplayer options like the Contra III: The Alien Wars, Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting, Secret of Mana, and Super Mario Kart.


When it comes to functionality and user interface, the SNES Mini has everything to offer for all retro-style Nintendo players. Its additional features and modern upgrades are also welcome benefits both to new players and old users looking for a surprise adventure. It has everything a gamer wants from a retro console. The Nintendo SNES Classic Mini is lovingly designed, packed with all-time favorite classic titles, and boasts functionality for modern users.

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