The logo of Nintendo Co is pictured outside the company headquarters building in Kyoto, western Japan, Jan. 7, 2013. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

Nintendo launched its NES Classic in 2016 and the device sold out before Christmas last year. The miniature console was available for limited time and Nintendo has now discontinued.

But, the company could come out with another miniature gaming console this year — a mini-version of its SNES console. Eurogamer reported Wednesday, citing industry sources that the company could come out with a miniature version of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) before Christmas this year. The report adds that that a mini-SNES could be a major reason why Nintendo did not make more NES Classic consoles, despite the high demand.

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The company stated last Thursday that the NES Classic was sold as a cool novelty item for holidays and not a permanent product. The Mini SNES is expected to go the same way. The company is expected to bright out more stock of the SNES than it did for the NES Classic, which became more popular than expected and sold out too quickly.

Both these systems are based on vintage gaming system and therefore, the mini SNES is expected to retain some of the features of the original SNES, which was more powerful than the original NES. The mini SNES is expected to come with better software and a bigger range of classic games than the NES Classic.

Some of the titles expected to roll out with the game are “Donkey Kong Country,” “Super Metroid,” “Super Mario Kart,” “Super Mario World,” “Earthbound,” and “Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.”

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Nintendo is yet to provide any confirmation or hint of the existence of a mini-SNES, but hopefully, we will get to know more about the upcoming console in the coming months.