Track it down!This item is currently unavailable. If you are interested in buying it, we can try to track it down for you.To have us tracking down your wanted items, we need you to login or create an account
featured reviewcoldcaption (4) on 27, Dec. 2016 15:07 (HKT)
A great collectible, a great alternative to the NES Mini, and a great way to practice your Japanese
In terms of substance, the Famicom Mini is everything you've already heard. The selection of games is well-varied and quite good. Even if you've played a few of them before, you will likely be exposed to some you've never played or never even heard of. It has games that are great if you want to sit down for a while, and ...[read more...]
- 30 Games Title Pre-installed. Not Support Famicom Game Cassette & Download Function.
- AC Input: Micro USB
- Video Output: HDMI
タイトル名 発売日 メーカー名
ドンキーコング 1983/7/15 任天堂
マリオブラザーズ 1983/9/9 任天堂
パックマン™ 1984/11/2 ナムコ
エキサイトバイク 1984/11/30 任天堂
バルーンファイト 1985/1/22 任天堂
アイスクライマー 1985/1/30 任天堂
ギャラガ™ 1985/2/15 ナムコ
イー・アル・カンフー 1985/4/23 KONAMI
スーパーマリオブラザーズ 1985/9/13 任天堂
ゼルダの伝説 1986/2/21 任天堂
アトランチスの謎 1986/4/17 サンソフト
グラディウス 1986/4/25 KONAMI
魔界村® 1986/6/13 カプコン
ソロモンの鍵 1986/7/30 テクモ
メトロイド 1986/8/6 任天堂
悪魔城ドラキュラ 1986/9/26 KONAMI
リンクの冒険 1987/1/14 任天堂
つっぱり大相撲 1987/9/18 テクモ
スーパーマリオブラザーズ3 1988/10/23 任天堂
忍者龍剣伝 1988/12/9 テクモ
ロックマン®2 Dr.ワイリーの謎 1988/12/24 カプコン
ダウンタウン熱血物語 1989/4/25 テクノスジャパン
ダブルドラゴンⅡ ザ・リベンジ 1989/12/22 テクノスジャパン
スーパー魂斗羅 1990/2/2 KONAMI
ファイナルファンタジー®Ⅲ 1990/4/27 スクウェア
ドクターマリオ 1990/7/27 任天堂
ダウンタウン熱血行進曲 それゆけ大運動会 1990/10/12 テクノスジャパン
マリオオープンゴルフ 1991/9/20 任天堂
スーパーマリオUSA 1992/9/14 任天堂
星のカービィ 夢の泉の物語 1993/3/23 任天堂
|Original Name||ニンテンドークラシックミニ ファミリーコンピュータ|
|Official Release Date||Nov 10, 2016|
|CERO B (12+)|
|Product Measures||23cm x 16.5cm x 8cm|
useful linkslog in or create account to submit your link recommendations.
|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
Please note that opinions expressed in any review are those of our customers and do not necessarily match those of the Play-Asia.com team.
Muy buen producto.....de colección!!!
In terms of substance, the Famicom Mini is everything you've already heard. The selection of games is well-varied and quite good. Even if you've played a few of them before, you will likely be exposed to some you've never played or never even heard of. It has games that are great if you want to sit down for a while, and games that are great if you're on a time budget and you want something to do. With the save state feature, it becomes one of the greatest ways to enjoy these games as an adult. Since you probably don't have a lot of consecutive time to play through all eight worlds of Mario Bros in one shot, this is a great way to play all the classics with whatever time you have.
The hardware is great, it feels slightly heavier to me than the NES Classic does (even though they have an identical board inside.) It's also nice having the controllers built in, it means it's the only thing you need to take with you if you're bringing it to play with friends (plus you won't have to fight to find a second controller.) The small controllers are cute, and after a few days you won't even notice that they're tiny anymore. Disappointingly, the 2P controller doesn't have a real microphone or speaker. I haven't had a chance to see how this affects games that used them (as far as I know, on the Famicom Mini's library only The Legend of Zelda used it)
Even though I got it as an alternative to the NES Mini since I still can't find one, I would have gotten this anyway since it does have a few different games as compared to the US one. It's also cool playing the Japanese versions of some games, it actually emulates an entire Famicom Disk System for games that used it. The Legend of Zelda has different sound effects (the Famicom had a different sound chip than the NES), and Japanese Mario 3 slaps you right from Tanuki Mario to small Mario if you get hit. Tough!
Whether or not language should be a consideration depends on the games you want to play and your comfort level with Japanese. The main UI is fairly self-explanatory and you don't need to understand any Japanese to navigate. If you're mostly going to play games that aren't text-heavy or text-intensive, you can do just fine. Some of them are even in English! If you're buying it for Final Fantasy 3 or Kunio-kun (River City Ransom,) I recommend jisho.org as a great online dictionary. You can do it!
This is also currently selling for less to import than the scalped NES Minis, and I say it's more worth it to pay an importer than a scalper. I've played it a lot already and I'm very glad I bought it!
Fantastic item, with the shipping that includes tracking it arrived in like 3 days (some confusion when using the tracking as it shipped across the date line, heh).
Fantastic selection of games and top-notch quality product in HD! +1 up on the NES Classic console and much easier with PlayAsia to find/purchase locally.
Make sure you know Japanese (if not a little bit) to fully appreciate all the games you get in here.
Great item from Nintendo
Play with HD Quality
Awesome (^ ^)b
Log in or create account to post your own reviews.