Nintendo claims that future Mini consoles are still under consideration.

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Nintendo is still debating whether to continue producing Mini consoles. The business has yet to take a position on the Nintendo classic miniseries.

In answer to a question at their shareHolders' Meeting held on Tuesday, which was published in Japanese, a shareholder recommended that the Nintendo Classic Mini series would become a new approach for parents who no longer play games.

"We always want people of all ages, children and adults, to play our products," Nintendo Chairman Shuntaro Furukawa said. In reality, we believe that different generations have now chosen Nintendo systems after being in the video game industry for many years.

We will continue to study if historic content can be used to transmit the appeal of our goods to different generations, as we have done with the NES and Super NES Classic Mini series and our online services.

In Japan, Nintendo released the NES Classic Edition in November 2016, dubbed the Nintendo Classic Mini: NES and the Nintendo Classic Mini: Family Computer. It sold quickly and was discontinued in April 2017.

Due to high demand, it was revived for six months more in June 2018. NES Ministeri included a total of 30 NES games, including the Super Mario Bros., Zelda, and Zelda II trilogy.

The SNES Classic Edition, which contains 21 built-in SNES games in the US and Japan, including the first official release of Star Fox 2, was followed by the Nintendo Classic Mini: SNES and Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom, respectively.

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