Cashing in on snes mini comes the C64 version. http://nerdist.com/the-commodore-64-mini-c64mini-games/ First thought, it looks good but if it is 50% the size of the original that's still a pretty big mini. I had played a few Atari and PC games at friends houses but this was the first gaming system in my house and I spent years playing it with brothers and friends. So even if its a cash grab I wouldn't have minded buying one but I'm a bit disappointed in the games selection. There must of been thousands of games by the end, some were just good ports of arcade games (Bubble Bobble, Ghosts n Goblins, 720) and there are probably licence issues with many of them (Ghostbusters, D&D games, Spy vs Spy) but there are a heap of classics I'm surprised didn't get in. The Last Ninja, Wizball, Archon, International Karate/Way of the Exploding Fist, Bolder Dash, Skate or Die!... But not having Defender of the Crown or Wizard of Wor has to be a deal breaker. Would've been fun to see if Mission Impossiible is still the hardest game I've ever played but I'll probably just keep an eye on it and hope for some game updates.