Nintendo has released a snazzy new trailer for the SNES Classic Mini that shows off what the console can do.
One of the new features is the ability to “rewind” a game should you mess up. Modern gamers eh? They don’t make them like they used to etc. You can rewind up to five minutes of gameplay from your last save point, and each game can save up to four suspend points. Handy.
The trailer also shows off the never-before-released Star Fox 2, sure to be one of the key reasons to pick the system up. If you can, that is. Scalpers are everywhere.
On top of that, we have the ability to choose display modes, 4:3, CRT filter, and Pixel Perfect, along with customisable frames.
The SNES Classic Mini comes with 21 pre-installed games and every single one of them runs at 60hz too. Good news.
Overall, it’s looking like a compelling buy indeed, it’s just a shame there doesn’t seem to be enough of them to go around. Nintendo really needs to sort out this ongoing situation. Make more of them and people won’t get exploited. It’s pretty simple…