Less than two months after the worldwide debut, The Nintendo’s NES Classic gets hacked in order to add support for many Nintendo Entertainment System games that are not featured in the Plug-and-Play default lineup console.
Did they hack the election too lol
More like 'Did CNN use a Fallout matrix like green coding screen in their news report'?
This is hilarious. But id still pay 60 for the snes version.
Wow I have one of these only it's called a PC.
Russian hackers are like batman. They save us from the shadows.
It's not like the NES Classic is an online console that will receive firmwares to add functionalities in the future, unlike the regular consoles, so yeah, modders can definitely have a field day with it. Nintendo were crazy to think people (who sometimes spent hundreds of €/$ for it) were going to content themselves with only 30 games, omitting Castlevania III, Double Dragon I & III, Snake Rattle 'n Roll, Kickle Cubicle, Rollergames, Bayou Billy, Bart vs the Space Mutants, and many many more.
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