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But Wait! Do You Actually Need Japan’s Mini Famicom Instead of the NES Classic? - A tough choice between nostalgia and bragging rights.

We're all excited about Nintendo's NES Classic Edition (based on the fact that infinity people clicked on it), with its library of built-in classic NES games and notable improvement over your original NES that it has an HDMI connection/didn't get sold at a yard sale 15 years ago. But, Nintendo is, of course, introducing the Japanese version as well, which mimics the look of the Japanese console that would become our NES.
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