NES Mini: Classic Edition archive
Details emerge, then disappear about the Sega Genesis Mini.
Nintendo has already sold 2 million of its latest microconsole.
This could be a good sign there will be more classic consoles in the future.
Fully updated! Your questions about Nintendo's new mini-console — answered!
Nintendo will ship additional consoles on launch day.
Bonus: We also imagine a (good) Genesis Classic Edition.
With the news that the current stock is all that's out there, prices have shot way up.
Let's hope Nintendo seizes it.
As we head into the weekend, we highlight the week's most important stories and features.
Russian hackers have opened up the NES Classic Edition.
This past year taught us that it's possible to appeal to people's sense of nostalgia while teaching them new ways to play.
Nintendo's nostalgia box is off to a great start.
UPDATED 11/30! We're rounding up and reviewing all the essentials for your tiny Nintendo console. Latest: A carrying case, and a fix for a promising controller.
A look at the dicey boom-era games of ’80s Japan and the vanished studios that made them.
It's not just artificial shortages driving demand for Nintendo's little collector's item.
Why Nintendo keeps partying like it's 1985... and 1996... and 2006.
Nintendo continues to be conservative with its hardware stock.
Everything you need to know about the NES Classic Edition and its games.
Hints, tips, and everything you need to survive and get a high score in Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Jr, and Mario Bros for the NES Classic Edition.
How to find warp locations and other hints and tips for Super Mario Bros 1, 2, and 3 on the NES Classic Edition.
How to find dungeons, heart containers, and rupees in Zelda and Zelda II for the NES Classic Edition.
Our mini-NES has arrived, and Jeremy will be streaming it for a few hours beginning at 1:30 ET (4:30 PT).
Nintendo's mini console certainly does what it's supposed to, but not much else.
The Mini-NES is cute, but the Mini-Family Computer is cuter.
An in-depth look at the new HD-capable NES clone. Is it worth the price?
The pricey, limited NES redux will make a comeback back in a smaller, more versatile (not to mention less pricey and less limited) release.
Sitting directly between the NES Mini and Analogue NT in terms of pricing and features, the Retro USB AVS could be the classic console to get.
A very cool 3D-printed NES emulation machine is prompting people to ask why the NES Mini isn't similar, but Nintendo has good reasons for keeping things simple.