The Super NES Classic mini-console was released in late September, and it has been somewhat of a phenomenon for these throwback gaming systems to be in so much high demand. Similar to last year’s NES Classic release, Nintendo has struggled to match demand for its latest miniature game system. It’s plug-and-play at its finest and requires virtually no effort: you plug in the power, connect the HDMI cord to your TV, and you’re set. Also, the games lineup is awesome, consisting of some expansive titles that will take virtually hours to complete. Games like Earthbound, Final Fantasy III, Secret of Mana, and Super Mario RPG, Super Mario World, Super Metroid, and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Castlevania IV, Mega Man X, Contra III, Super Mario Kart, Street Fighter II Turbo, and Donkey Kong Country to name a few. Nintendo’s offering a chance to play some of its best games again, in more or less their original form, and we couldn’t be happier to experience the joys of gaming like it’s ’92.