Japan Gets its Own Mini-NES, the Mini-Famicom

By Brian Ashcraft on at

Europe is is getting the Mini-NES. Japan, naturally, will be getting a Mini-Famicom to match.

It’s the same basic deal, bundling 30 classic games into a small system (which you can’t swap out or add to because they’re pre-loaded) that you plug into the TV via HDMI, only here obviously it’s a slightly different roster of titles, with stuff like Tecmo Bowl swapped out for a more Japanese sports game from the same company, Tsuppari Oozumou (Bumping Sumo).

Here’s the full line-up:

Japan Gets Its Own Mini-NES, The Mini-Famicom

And here’s a trailer for the cute little guy.

It’ll be out in Japan on November 10 for ¥5980 (the equivalent of £45).