The almost unavailable SNES Classic Mini has not yet officially released, but the first rumors of Nintendo’s next miniature console begin to emerge called Nintendo 64 Classic Mini.
As stated by Patrick Joynt, vice president of Magid, it is probable that the Kyoto home will soon launch the mini version of the famous Nintendo 64 Classic and recently the Japanese giant filed a trademark for a Nintendo 64 controller at the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office).
A NeoGaf user recently reported, Nintendo has filed four trademark applications related to Nintendo game controllers, including an application for a Nintendo 64 controller. On top of the filed N64 controller trademark, Nintendo has also filed trademarks for a NES, SNES and Switch controller. The user also noted that the all trademark applications have been registered under the same goods and services.
Therefore, it is possible that the Kyoto home has already started work on Nintendo 64 Classic Mini console. At the moment there is no more information on it, but it is likely that further news will be provided later.
We remind you that SNES Classic Mini will be available from September 29 and will include 21 pre-installed classic games along with the Star Fox 2. Of course, the mini console can be connected to any high definition TV using the HDMI cable Included in the package.