SNES Classic Mini Starfox 2 Cartridge | Nostalgia Nerd

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Some of you asked how and why I had a Starfox 2 cartridge sitting on top of my SNES Classic Mini. Well, here’s a very brief video to explain it to those interested (links for further info. below).

Spoiler ALERT: It’s not a REAL cartridge. Obviously, otherwise I’d at least get a game the SNES Classic Mini didn’t have. Duh.

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  1. People can't help but get triggered first, get triggered again and then rinse and repeat without applying logic and considering what it may be as it is most certainly not some working micro cartridge.

    Do people not have logic or detective skills these days?

  2. LOL – great =D I agree they should have made a working slot with mini carts. That was a marketing opportunity wasted!

  3. Nintendo could've released a whole series of blind-bag mini carts to collect. Missed opportunity, I say. If all the shops in my local mall are any indication, today's fans love collecting piles of plastic doodads (or future landfill as I like to think of them.)

  4. Ah, so it just sits on top.
    One of the first things I wondered about the SNES Mini was if the cartridge 'flap' is a separate piece of plastic form the rest of the shell, and indeed it is.
    You can completely remove it if you want, and that provides more of a recess for the cartridge to sit in.
    In fact, doing that leaves some little holes, so you could even clip various cosmetic cartridges in and they'll be really secure.

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