The logo of Nintendo Co. is pictured outside the company headquarters building in Kyoto, Japan on Jan. 7, 2013. Reuters

Nintendo held its event Thursday midnight at its New York offices, where it re-launched the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Leading retailers, including Best Buy and Target, have also made the gaming device, called NES Classic, available for the U.S. market on their websites, while Amazon sent out emails stating that it would start selling the console in limited quantities starting 5 p.m. EST on Nov. 11, 2016. Gamestop's website shows the product description but hasn't allowed customers to add the device to the cart at the time of writing.

The NES Classic is a smaller version of the original NES and comes with 30 games, including classics such as Mario Bros., Final Fantasy and Zelda. The console costs $59.99 and comes bundled with a single controller. Users can buy and connect another one separately.

Here's the full list of games included at launch with the device:

  • Balloon Fight
  • Bubble Bobble
  • Castlevania
  • Castlevania II: Simon's Quest
  • Donkey Kong
  • Donkey Kong Jr.
  • Double Dragon II: The Revenge
  • Dr. Mario, Excitebike
  • Final Fantasy
  • Galaga
  • Ghosts' N Ghoblins
  • Gradius
  • Ice Climber
  • Kid Icarus
  • Kirby's Adventure
  • Mario Bros.
  • Mega Man 2
  • Metroid
  • Ninja Gaiden
  • Pac-Man
  • Punch-Out!!
  • Mr. Dream
  • StarTropics
  • Super Mario Bros.
  • Super Mario Bros. 2
  • Super Mario Bros. 3
  • Tecmo Bowl
  • The Legend of Zelda
  • Zelda II: The Adventure of Link

The package includes the preloaded games, an HDMI cable, AC adapter and an NES controller. But it won't be useful for people who already own an NES.

"The new NES Classic Controller has a different connector than the original NES controllers and accessories, so they are not interchangeable," the company told Engadget.