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The NES Classic Edition just makes sense

Things have been a little quiet in the Nintendo world. With a few exceptions in the handheld and mobile device market, there's not a whole lot to be seen from the long-time gaming giant. Many of us are still waiting anxiously for news on the NX, which could break loose at any time. Among all this hype for new and innovative technology however, there is something a little bit more old school waiting in the wings.
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