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In an interview with La Terrasse ÉNERGIE and translated by IGN, Nintendo of Canada’s communications manager, Julie Gagnon, spilled some news on the NES Classic Edition. The mini modernized version of the 30 year old system will be displaying the thirty games preloaded on it look better than ever, even their Wii and Wii U Virtual Console versions.
The NES Classic Edition includes a “pixel perfect” option that displays each pixel as a sharper square. Additionally, there’s a mode simulating a CRT television (as seen on the initial trailer actually). The last option is displaying the games in its original 4:3 aspect ratio.
Reconfirmed is the save point feature. They will have hard save points as well as Virtual Console-like save states for every game. The NES Classic Edition will launch on November 11th for $59.99.