Nintendo may be set to follow-up the success of its Nintendo Classic Mini with a SNES Mini, Eurogamer has reported.
Sources have told Eurogamer that the console is in development and scheduled to be released later this year. Apparently this new classic console is one of the main reasons Nintendo has also decided to no longer continue producing the NES Mini.
The NES Mini was a big hit for the company last year, with stockists finding it difficult to meet demand, so hopefully the SNES Mini won't have the same issues.
The SNES Classic is said to have the same quick and easy set-up as its NES equivalent, with a number of games preloaded.
The quality of software on the Super Nintendo is definitely a step-up from the NES, so the library for this could be really special if it does come to fruition.