Following the announcement of the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System for the North American and European markets, the Japanese arm of Nintendo predictably announced with a press release its own version of the console, carrying its original name: Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom.
The console will look quite different from its American counterpart, and similar to the European version, pretty much like the original. According to the press release, it will launch on October 5th, 2017 for 7,980 yen (plus taxes), translating to roughly $71.
The unit uses an USB cable for power, and is compatible with the Nintendo Classic Mini: Family Computer AC Adaper. A dedicated adapter will be sold separately for 1,000 yen (plus taxes).
Same as the western versions, the unit will come with two dedicated controllers.
Like its western counterparts, 21 games will be included, even if the list is slightly different. You can check it out below.
|Title Name||Release Date||Publisher Name|
|Super Mario World||November 21, 1990||Nintendo|
|F-ZERO||November 21, 1990||Nintendo|
|The Legend of the Mystical Ninja||July 19, 1991||KONAMI|
|Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts||October 4, 1991||Capcom|
|The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past||November 21, 1991||Nintendo|
|Super Soccer||December 13, 1991||Human Entertainment|
|Contra III: The Alien Wars||February 28, 1992||KONAMI|
|Super Mario Kart||August 27, 1992||Nintendo|
|Star Fox||February 21, 1993||Nintendo|
|Secret of Mana||August 6, 1993||Square|
|Mega Man X||December 17, 1993||Capcom|
|Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem||January 21, 1994||Nintendo|
|Super Metroid||March 19, 1994||Nintendo|
|Final Fantasy VI||April 2, 1994||Square|
|Super Street Fighter II||June 25, 1994||Capcom|
|Donkey Kong Country||November 26, 1994||Nintendo|
|Yoshi’s Island||August 5, 1995||Nintendo|
|Panel de Pon||October 27, 1995||Nintendo|
|Super Mario RPG||March 9, 1996||Nintendo|
|Kirby Super Star||March 21, 1996||Nintendo|
|Star Fox 2||Unreleased||Nintendo|