The Super Nintendo Classic is a miniature blast of nostalgia, a sleekly packaged piece of hardware that will transport you back to the days of Dunkaroos and denim jackets. For $80, you get a tiny replica of the Super Nintendo, two controllers, a short HDMI cable, and a power plug.
The NES Classic was my favorite holiday gift. Now here's what Nintendo should improve for the SNES version
The next logical step for Nintendo at this point is to create a Classic Edition based on the Super Nintendo. It’s not a matter of 'if' we’ll see a SNES Classic Edition but rather, 'when.'
No pad from the 80s or 90s is going to compare with a DualShock 4 or Xbox controller in terms of comfort or features, nor be suitable for the games we’re playing today, but that’s not the point: the point will be how well did a controller reflect the games and needs of a player at the time?