Anyone who grew up in the 80s and 90s and had any connection to video games whatsoever will no doubt remember the days of the Super Nintendo, better-known to some as the SNES or the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. While it still holds a special place in the hearts of many in its original form, Nintendo brought it back from the dead in this nostalgic setup while also filling it up with a bunch of classic games, including StarFox 2, a game which it had always intended to release but never did.
If you're a fan of retro games and the SNES held some of your favorites, right now you can grab the SNES Classic from $116 from some Amazon, though this is for a new priced unit, and you can find open box versions for around $60 on Amazon as well. The SNES Classic looks just like the regular SNES, only smaller, as it fits in the palm of your hand, comes with a matching classic controller, two in fact, and it has 21 different games loaded onto it. If StarFox 2 isn't your thing you'll also find gems like Super Mario World, Donkey Kong Country, Super Street Fighter II: Turbo, and Super Mario Kart on board.