Nintendo has recently revealed some new features for its forthcoming NES Classic Edition console which will be available for purchase for $60, with effect from November 11, 2016.
The NES Classic Edition console is a smaller version of Nintendo's NES console. It will come with 30 built-in games -- including Zelda, Super Mario, and Final Fantasy, among others -- which can be easily played on modern TVs.
Though Nintendo will not allow the users of NES Classic Edition console to expand the console's base collection of 30 games, it will, nonetheless, give them the ability to sort the games in a number of ways.
Users will be able to organize the 30-game collection available for the NES Classic Edition console in alphabetic or chronological manner, or by most recently played; as well as filter out games, so that they can find two-player games that they can play with a friend.
Moreover, the NES Classic Edition console will offer three different display options to gamers. One of the options is called the "pixel perfect" mode, which cleans up the visuals, for giving them a crisper look on their high-definition TV. The second display mode slightly sharpens up the visuals, while maintaining the 4:3 aspect ratio of the original NES; while the third mode adds a CRT filter for emulating the look of playing the original NES on old tube TVs.