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Unboxing the SNES Classic EditionJeff Bakalar unboxes the SNES Classic -- what's guaranteed to be one of the most sought-after gifts this holiday season.
Hey, everyone. What's going on? My name is Jeff Bakalar and look what I have. I have the Super Nintendo Classic mini edition. It's very small and I desperately want to open it up. So let's go and do it. [MUSIC] Okay, just your standard Literature from Nintendo and Company. Thank you very much for that. We appreciate all you have to say. It looks like we've got a power supply. That's important. Okay. Let us just first take this in and remember back to better times. This feels Just the way you want it to. Just the way you remember. And you know what everybody? I think we've got longer controller wires. Hold on. Hold on. You always go the wrong way first. Don't you? You just always do. There you have it. We're looking at six feet or something. Well done, Nintendo. You listen to customer feedback and that's why I love you. All right, carbon copy right here, another controller. That's very generous. Two controllers in the box. And we also have USB for charging and power. For power, you can't charge this thing. Thing, and an HDMI cable because you need that to hook it up to your TV. Let's finally get a look at the, my God is this cute. Super Nintendo Classic. It is so adorably small. I just wanna take it home And give it a little kiss and tuck it to bed. [MUSIC] Look at that, really, really nice. [MUSIC] The cartridge slot doesn't push in, but that's fine cuz this can't use cartridges, it's just a piece of plastic. You look in here on the back. You got HDMI, you got a USB power supply port, and that's about it. The eject button doesn't work either, but that's Ok. The power, just like you remember, if you're old enough On and off and then we got that reset button. That's bringy reset button so I'm going to, here we are all right. So open up, this is okay that's not the best but there you have it that how the controllers popping just a little pull down flat there It's connected by a piece of rubber, I don't know, that's okay, I guess. << [MUSIC] << Not ideal, but it's how it's going to look for you when you're using it. << [MUSIC] << Okay, that's fine. I can deal with that, but there you have it, it's that same interface as the any X classic and the Wii in Wii U Interfaced port. So my money's on you will be able to use some legacy controllers with this thing too. And there you have it. The palm sized Super NES Classic. It's here. It's coming out September 29th. It's $80, Nintendo says they're making more of them. Do you believe them? I want to, I really do. And I hope they do. Because a lot of people want this thing. All the preorders are gone. So hopefully they made good on what they've said and they made enough for everyone who wants one of these to buy one. Let's look at it side by side with the controller. The controller is pretty much the same size as the console itself This is great, you've got a bunch of games pre-loaded onto it, in addition to Star Fox 2, which never came out here in the US, so that's pretty awesome. All right, so there you have it, September 29, $80. Super NES classic, I'm going to give this a full review and have that for you in a few days. Until then, thank you so much for watching.