Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. puts an old classic in an even older package.
When Nintendo released the NES Classic in 2016 and the SNES Classic in 2017, I stubbornly abstained. After all, I’d already played most of the games on both miniature systems countless times, and I still own both of the full-sized game consoles on which they were based. Simply as nostalgia acts, the systems didn’t really appeal to me.
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