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Super Nintendo (SNES) Classic Mini

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From Super Mario World to F-Zero and from Super Mario Kart to Kirby's Dream Course, the Super Nintendo had some unforgettable games. Now, Nintendo have brought 21 of them back to life, bundling them up in a shrunken-down version of the SNES. A great option for complete SNES newbies and Mario veterans alike, the SNES Classic Mini can be found at bargain prices by shopping at HotUKDeals.

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Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo (SNES) carry case. £29.99 reduced to £19.99 @ Argos
LocalLocalFound 6th OctFound 6th Oct
£29.99 reduced to £19.99 Nintendo SNES Classic Mini Deluxe Console Case! Durable play and travel case for the SNES Classic console. Customize the front with 6 pieces of classic SN… Read more
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If you check out the questions section on the Argos page people have asked about the fact that this is the wrong colour scheme for the UK and possibly even the wrong shaped inserts.. I would guess that is why they are flogging them cheap. just to get rid of them. Hi Holea, The pal version is designed differently from the American released SNES and may not fit. Thanks for using Argos Q&A. Helpful?Yes (0)No (2)


Does it come with a flask ? ;)


Thanks, was a rhetorical question I was aware of that :) my point really was what is the point of the case... are they pretending the SNES is portable. I mean I suppose anything is portable on some level, it just seems a stretch, especially when is a traditional console that plugs into a TV.


Yeah I own Trump he is in my basement!


Got one. Fits fine

HORI Super Nintendo Classic Edition Wireless Fighting Commander Controller. Officially Licensed by Nintendo. Was £29.99 reduced to £17.99 @ Argos - free C&C
Found 8th JulFound 8th Jul
Was £29.99 reduced to £17.99 Officially Licensed by Nintendo. Enjoy your Super Nintendo Classic Mini with the modern convenience of a wireless controller! Packed with features, the… Read more
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No, you're right! I tried one of these aswell, (as they just looked so cool) but they're absolutely useless in all the ways you just described. I have been very unimpressed by most things that Hori has brought out for Nintendo products. I'm amazed that Nintendo even gives them a license. For the SNES Mini, the 8-bitdo versions are the best wireless ones that look and behave how a snes controller is supposed to. But on most wireless controllers you are still limited by range. So what I prefer to do for both my NES mini and my SNES mini is just use an extension cable on the original wired controllers. There's some pretty good ones out there which work out much cheaper than buying expensive controllers. When doing that though, it's worth looking out for the ones that let you link up multiple extension leads. (as some will lose signal if you link up more than one, whereas others have been designed with repeaters built into the connectors, so you get zero signal loss). The Orzly ones are a good example of ones that work well for multiple linking. I don't always need to, as they're often loing enough as they are. but depending on what room I'm in, it has been necessary at times. (my friend has a big living room where the couch is far away from the TV, and saved us no end with that method).


Don't touch these with a ten-foot pole. I returned mine, as did a lot of people, because they're utterly useless as a fighting controller. (mad) Without using swear words it's difficult to do justice to how bad these are. (poo) (poo) They miss diagonals, which means rotations are virtually impossible. Their wireless range is ridiculously hit and miss, even in a small room. HORI should be HORIfied that they put out such an awful piece of junk. Sorry OP, I don't know of a better price so I won't give cold, but seriously, these are absolute junk. Edit: Some feedback from others in the Nintendo Life hardware review comments: -- "I bought this and sadly its VERY bad. Connection problems, misses 9/10 diagonals (making street fighter awful!) Signal easily blocked by small physical objects, occasional noticeable lag, directions hanging as if constantly pressed. Unbelievably poor. Not sure how this has been praised here as I've not used a wireless controller with so many problems since the 90s... so in that way it's at least era accurate. Seeing this mentioned elsewhere too, so either this review is way off or there is a seriously large bad batch... Taking mine back for a refund,and I'd advise anyone thinking about getting this to seriously avoid it. I'd love to see footage of the reviewer playing a single decent round of SF2 with this thing." -- Just want to say I have this and as above it is VERY bad for Street Fighter II. The diagonals don't register so you can't pull off any moves when you need to. 1/10 for Street Fighter and any games that require diagonals. For anything else it's usable. Except the button layout is explicitly set for Street Fighter! So it's worthless. I've put in a preorder for the 8BitDo controller. Hopefully the quality is better. -- I don't know if the reviewer got a special copy or what but it's almost impossible to pull off diagonals and since this controller was made for fighting games hence the name fighting commander it's practically useless for me. I only bought this for street fighter and you can't dodge or pull off combos without diagonal controls so I don't know if the reviewer got paid to just hype this up with fluff, got some reviewer copy that didn't have this defect, or just didn't test it out on street fighter which would be crazy but do NOT buy if you wan't 8 way directional controls. And if you see an 4 or 5 star review on a retailer site chances are that the person didn't use it for street fighter or doesn't care but all the 1 and 2 star reviews out there are deserved, HORI which produces great gaming accessories and excellent peripherals really dropped the ball on this one, seems like they rushed it out of the factory and into the stores too soon.


must be a way to get it to work on PC surely!?


I knew I shouldn't have looked at hotdeals today lol heat added


Out of stock for delivery or collection in Staffordshire.

Nintendo Classic Mini (new) £42.38 @ShopTo eBay w/code PERFECTDAY (USING US METHOD)
Found 29th JunFound 29th Jun
Nintendo Classic Mini (new) £42.38 @ShopTo eBay w/code PERFECTDAY (USING US METHOD) Courtesy of @reindeer333 Note: the maximum discount per transaction (cart) will be $100 (~ £70… Read more

Nintendo Classic Mini NES (GRADE A - w/ 12 months warranty) £32.80 @ MusicMagpie eBay (w/code PARTY20) + Free Delivery
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Nintendo Classic Mini NES (GRADE A - w/ 12 months warranty) £32.80 @MusicMagpie eBay (w/code PARTY20) + Free Delivery… Read more

If anyone bagged one please let us know if it actually gets delivered as Music Magpie may say it got "lost in the post" as it does for other items like games when they feel they get screwed over on the price.




Lol (lol) .


Hope the people posting these 10am deals don't actually want one themselves (lol)


Yes there are. I've had mine playing arcade and PS1 games. There is a really active scene.

1.8m 6ft Extension Cable For Nintendo NES/SNES Mini Classic Controller £1.99 or 2 for £3.49 Delivered @ orzlystore/eBay
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
Twin Pack LINK £3.49 1.8m 6ft Extension Cable For Nintendo NES Mini Classic Controller Finding your NES Classic Edition Controller cable too short? The controller extension cab… Read more

Does anyone find any lag with these? I use a similar one, good brand can’t remember which, but don’t know if it’s the emulation or the extension that’s tricking my mind that there’s lag...

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HORI Wireless Fighting Commander Classic Controller  - Mini SNES/NES/Wii U £12.99 delivered @ 365Games
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2nd May update: Dropped another £1 - now £12.99 Officially Licensed by Nintendo. Enjoy your Super NES Classic with the modern convenience of a wireless controller! Packed with fea… Read more
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what a ripoff I bought 2 similar controllers for £2.99 off ebay, including postage


I have 2 of these and they are great. Supposedly there was a batch where the dpad wasn’t fitted correctly but there is an easy fix for it on YouTube. Mine where fine.


No as it’s not a USB dongle.


Good question.... Interested to know too


Anybody know if the dongle will go in a Pi and allow the controller to be used with RetroPie?

SNES Mini £67.99 (Costco)
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Price includes courier delivery. Note you have to be a member otherwise i think they add 5% to the price. Never had an issue with delivery or return with costco with great customer… Read more
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I got mine from Tesco ages ago with a discount code and partners staff discount for £50


Like SNES controllers :D A lot nicer than the square pieces of **** you got with the Master System/NES, another reason I don't get why people want a NES mini, the other being it's basically the same hardware as the SNES mini.


A few N64 games are meant to work but the ones I tried ran like (poo) I also tried a few PS1 games, maybe I'm misremembering but I don't recall them looking as bad as they do on the snes, and obviously filesize is an issue unless you use a USB stick or DL 'rips'. I'm sticking to 8/16 bit games, 3D games don't age very well anyway.


What do the controllers on these feel like?


These can also be modded. It's pretty simple. Mine holds 241 games at the moment including Nes, Snes, Sega genesis and Mame games such as Simpson's Arcade game and Super sidekicks. I think it can also play n64 and ps1 games although I'm yet to delve into that!

8Bitdo SF30 Pro Retro/SNES Style Bluetooth Controller for Windows, MacOS, Android and Switch - £24.49 @ Zapals
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
A great little bluetooth controller normally priced around £35-£40.
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anyone tested with street fighter 2?


Can't say i have, but it has a pairing mode where it identifies as an switch pro controller and i know the pro controller is compatible with cemu so if i was guessing id say it would have a good chance, but hopefully someone can provide a definitive answer (y)


Anyone tested with CEMU?


These instructions are taken from the 8bitdo website, the short answer is you hold a few buttons in connect the micro usb cable and run the update program. Firmware update instruction 1.Download the firmware file first from 2.Press and hold L1+R1+START buttons on the controller to put it on its update mode. LED on the top will blink in red. 3.Connect the controller to your Windows or macOS via the USB-C cable. 4.Click on “USB Upgrade” on your device, search for bluetooth_firmware.dat in the pop-up window and run it; 5.Un-plug the gamepad when the upgrade process is done, then restart it before using. * Press and hold L+R and then plug in USB cable to update the controller if it does not power on.


yes just go here and click on the firmware tab and choose the download for your controller. they are very regularly updated

Playing with Super Power: SNES Classics Book - £12.99 instore @ game
LocalLocalFound 14th AprFound 14th Apr
Only in store. Saw it reduced to £12.99 this morning.
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Annoyingly the paperback has the superior cover. The hardback has a rather dull US console design. Apparently they did do a much better EU/UK console cover design but I’ve never seen one To confirm.


Cheers for confirming, my store didn't have any :(


The one at game had a hard outer slipcase. It was the Norwich store.


What's the store location? My local didn't have it either


That looks to be the paperback, the GAME one appears to be the hardback when looking online. I'm gonna check out my local today as I'd personally much prefer a hardback to a paperback

Nintendo Classic Mini SNES Games Console £51.99 delivered (Using code) @ Clas Ohlson
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Dropping in price fast now. Use the code GLAM2018.
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Thank you! Parcel force delivery today. Nice one


Thanks again Reindeer. Got mine today. (y)


Got lucky, mines on its way! (y)


I was able to preorder both from smyths for nes and argos for snes for the £49.99 and £59.99 prices but I know i was in the minority there!


Good (highfive) The only people who benefited from the NES mini's low production run was scalpers, no one I knew who wanted one got one. With the SNES everyone seems to have been able to find one, even if it was a bit difficult early on.

Nintendo Classic Mini SNES £59.99 at Monster Shop
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Never used this retailer before, but the price looks pretty good.

Read about this, what was the issue (some) games running slower? I remember some games on the Dreamcast had a 50/60hz option, although not that many TVs supported 60hz, which is still an issue today (annoyed)


I went the opposite way and sold my retro stuff due to PAL, urgh. We really were treated as second-class citizens back then. It has a negative effect though, I thought I was an F-Zero master until I first played the NTSC version on an imported SNES ;(


Not played on it so you're probably right. Can we agree on £40?



Just. Buy. A. Raspberry. Pi.

Nintendo Classic Mini Double Pack - Mini NES + SNES +Official USB AC adaptor £129.99 + free standard delivery (£1.99 next day) - Nintendo Store
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
Been keeping an eye on Nintendo site for a while as expected more NES stock to appear then seen this today. Not ideal for those that already have a SNES tho.

Oh dear, I should just ignore. Someone else feel free to cover why this is stupid and how they're not adding anything useful... feel free to mention hackchi (negating the games statement), legality, form factor, no work required, accessibility....


Raspberry pi or modded Xbox retro off eBay half the price with thousands of more games and different emulators a lot more usable than these cheap basic boxes that are just being used to cash in on people's childhood memory's at a stupid price . Nuff said lol (lol)


Fantastic price! I was lucky to get the nes for 50 from smyths and snes for 60 from argos on pre order but you won't find the nes that cheap now!


I’ll buy it for £40 (cheeky)


???? :/


Cold can get a a rasberry Pi for less




It ONLY connects over HDMI of course! They aren't going to make a console with SCART or RF connectors in 2017.


Being technical and nostalgic are not mutually exclusive. I already have custom emulators on my PC that wil run C64, ZX Spectrum, Amiga, Atari, MAME, PC Engine, NES, Game Boy, Master System, Game Gear, SNES, MegaDrive, Neo Geo, 3do, N64, Saturn, Playstation, Dreamcast, Gamecube & Wii. Doesn't matter what Emu's you have, and it doesn't matter what hardware you have - NOTHING beats the look, feel and sheer outstanding build quality of having a reproduction made by the original manufacturer. The NES & SNES mini devices are not only flawless to play, but they are lovingly recreated (physically) to provide a very nostalgic and authentic gameplay experience. That's worth more to me than the technical superiority of custom EMU projects.


do fancy getting one

Nintendo SNES Classic Mini console £69.99 @Argos + FREE £5.00 gift-card when you spend £35.00 via vouchercodes
Found 24th FebFound 24th Feb
Nintendo SNES Classic Mini console £69.99 @Argos + FREE £5.00 gift-card when you spend £35.00 via voucher codes I know it has been cheaper else where but I thought this would be … Read more
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Did you expect the games in HD ?


I seen this but wondered if online only deal as most have it priced at £80 instore still.


Cex would be... They were selling the Nintendo switches for £300+ when you could still pick them up for rrp of £279.99 they always aim high. Definitely see them taking a loss on these but then again maybe they can afford that hit.


Agreed I wouldn’t touch Grainger games with a barge pole notorious for sending out 2nd hand games when new ones were ordered! Had personal experience of this 4 times never again!


Terrible people in my experience

Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System SNES Mini - Grey a whopping 99p cheaper than anywhere else £69 @ AO
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Key Features Plug and play retro gaming console Connects to your TV via HDMI Includes 2 controllers for multiplayer games 21 classic games pre-installed Includes the previously unr… Read more
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I found a £20 note on the ground on the way to Tesco the other morning...... .... just thought i'd share that (y)


Trust me I've had some awesome bargains and freebies over the years including a free £600 mattress but I just don't see the point of bragging on a post that isn't even related to it! Good for you but I don't see the need for the info but if it makes you feel better then well done! (y)


I guess it was in my state of mind. 😬


Oh yeah! Even more substance to my point now! 😁

Nintendo SNES Inspired Hoodie - Medium - £20 Online at GAME - Free Delivery
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Only the medium is availible at this price. These are really premium looking hoodies and I have been admiring them in store for a while. -- Medium sold out but large and small avai… Read more
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Large and small availible at £20. Please unexpire mods.


Medium is £36.80 now. It must be sold out


Well i have a Nes hoodie that has bigger writing than this and I cant stop pulling the broads in the clubs when i wear it


100% Polyester, hell no (horror)



Tiny Barbarian NINTENDO Switch £24.81 delivered @ Amazon
Found 3rd FebFound 3rd Feb
Amazon UK - £24.81 - £ 35.99 - £36.95 * This game has only ever been available over here as a digital eShop download. There are no plans to release i… Read more



Definitely. £25 for a game of this type is outrageous.


It certainly did have epic barbarian-ish music. I think this is the video you are looking for :) The keyboard/synthesiser sort of 8-bit sounds are totally outdated of course, but if those epic tunes were modernised with violins and guitars etc they would sound brilliant even today.


Rastan had great music. Used to play it in the chippy for 10p. Next to Rastan Saga was Saint Dragon. Happy memories apart from the chips.


Lot of rose tinted rehashes on the switch i've noticed. More 3rd party support is what Nintendo wanted but the proverbial barrel is getting scrapped a bit looking at some recent titles.

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