There is such a rich selection of games available for the handheld that you're bound to find something to enjoy. Not content with offering the Switch, the SNES Classic, and the 2DS XL, the Japanese company chose to bring a SNES-themed 3DS XL to the USA as well this year.
While the game was critically acclaimed at the time, it wasn't the version that developer Factor 5 wanted to release.
For its release, the creators are including a new, previously unreleased version of a game, too - but this one is a 'Director's Cut' of a game that did come out already once before, just not in the way its creators originally intended. Now Nintendo is bringing the latter model to the U.S., with a release date set for just over a month from now, November 27.
Analogue's Christopher Taber tells Ars Technica that he's been trying to work with Eggebrecht to get his hands on the uncut Super Turrican for six years now, since he was working on reconstructed high-end Neo Geo hardware.
The Analogue Super Nt will be available starting in February for. "This is like Fritz Lang Metropolis scenes showing up 80 years later". A listing has appeared on Amazon for a North American version of this system. "Julian loves our idea of preserving video game history, and including the unreleased Super Turrican helps push it that much further".
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