Nintendo has announced that another mini version of a classic Nintendo console is coming out this year. Officially called the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System, the super-portable console is set to launch on September 29.

The SNES mini contains 21 built-in classic SNES titles such as Donkey Kong Country, Final Fantasy III, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and Secret of Mana. Perhaps the most interesting title in the lineup is Star Fox 2, which was never released before on any gaming platform. But to play Star Fox 2, you will need to finish the first level of Star Fox first.

The entire setup of the SNES is basically the same as the NES mini: it's a plug-and-play device that you can easily take with you anywhere. The most notable difference is that it will come with a longer controller cable than the NES mini. Nintendo confirmed to IGN that the cable length is about five feet long. That's two feet longer than the NES mini's controller cable.

The SNES mini is the follow-up to the NES mini, which surprisingly turned out to be a huge hit, forcing Nintendo to scramble to meet the high demand. The company has never been able to, with the NES mini still out of stock in many retail and online stores today.

Nintendo told USGamer that the SNES mini will have more stock than the NES mini. That's the good news. The bad news is that the microconsole is now practically sold out for pre-order everywhere.

It's sold out at the Nintendo UK Store. It's sold out on Amazon. It's sold out at Walmart. And it's sold out at GAME and at Smyths Toys. If you want to turn to eBay out of desperation, be ready to cough up around $200-300 to get your hands on someone's pre-order. For comparison, the SNES mini will be priced at $80.

This isn't really surprising, considering how things turned out for the NES mini. Hopefully, Nintendo will be able to handle the demand much better this time around.