Most of the children of the 90s spent endless hours thrashing through amazing games like Super Mario World, A Link to the Past and Street Fighter II.
Most of us have now lost, sold or discarded our Super Nintendo Entertainment Systems - or, in the case of those of us who owned spacecraft blast-em-up Super R-Type, smashed our consoles in frustration - and the painstaking and costly process of replacing them seems like far too much effort.
However, there will soon be a way to own 20 of the best 16-bit games ever made at a price and convenience level that will be incredibly tempting for former SNES owners.
The new pint-sized version of the ground-breaking console first released in Europe 1991 will also include a never-been-released sequel to Nintendo's charming Star Fox game.
Among the other brilliant titles included will be Donkey Kong Country, F-Zero and Super Mario Kart.
A price for the European version of the console has not been confirmed, but the US version will sell for around $79 - or £60.
The release date for the new console is September 29 in the US, but no European release date has been confirmed.