Both Nintendo and Sony are creating miniaturized versions of their first-ever consoles. Should Microsoft be next?
In November of 2016, Nintendo released the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) Classic console to the world — a miniature version of its original gaming system bundled with several of Nintendo’s most popular classic games. This mini console was a massive hit, and it became clear that there was a strong market for them.
Fast-forward to 2018, and Sony has announced the creation of its own mini console, the PlayStation Classic. With both Nintendo and Sony creating a product within this niche, it begs the question: Should Microsoft follow suit and create an “Xbox Classic” based on the original Xbox? Here are some quick pros and cons of such a move.