Nintendo is bringing back its previously discontinued retro console, the NES Classic, on June 29.
The NES Classic, which retails for $59.99, was released in fall 2016 before it was succeeded by the SNES Classic in fall 2017.
The standalone console comes with 30 classic games from the '80s and early '90s including Super Mario Bros. 1 and 3, Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Pac-Man, Final Fantasy, Kirby's Adventure and more.
The NES Classic is packaged with one wired controller, an AC adapter and an HDMI cable that allows the throwback games to be displayed in high-definition.
Nintendo, in their announcement on Twitter, also confirmed that the SNES Classic would be made available alongside the NES Classic throughout the rest of the year.
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