A bit of nostalgia will return to stores for many who grew up with Mario, Luigi, and Princess Toadstool.

FOX's Eammonn Dignam reports in the latest "Fox Bits":

Your insiders cheat code to gaming, I'm Eammonn Dignam.
1986 is back in a big way:

Nintendo released it's NES Classic Edition on November 11, a mini of it's original console that will house the original three Super Mario Brothers:


And football game Tecmo Bowl:

As well as 25 other games. Early reviews are praising the system with an exception, many complaining about the short controller cords, an easy work around if you own a Wii U, that console's controllers will work on the retro system.
Further rumors say that there will be short supply on release day, so be prepared for a wait on the tiny console.
An ongoing social media campaign is asking for Gamers memories of the first Nintendo system using #NESterday
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Nintendo will open up it's old tips and tricks line for three days. A fully automated version, will play recorded tips for several games, plus behind-the-scenes stories from original Nintendo game play counselors.