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The upcoming NES Classic Edition is substantially smaller than the original NES. It's on show here in San Diego at Comic-Con.

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The NES Classic Edition will be available on November 11 later this year for $60 in the US, £50 in the UK and AU$100 in Australia. The controller will be available on the same date for $10, £8 or AU$20.

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Nintendo's display for the NES Classic Edition is stylized to look like an '80s ad.

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The console comes with 30 classic NES games preloaded, but there's no way to add more.

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