The nostalgic effect strikes again.

Fashion and music come back, but also the games of the '80s and' 90s. This time it’s up to the Game Boy Classic.

In fact, after the success of the classic Mini NES and mini SNES, Nintendo is increasingly oriented to reintroduce its classic video game systems and, according to rumors insistent, could be working on a new version of Game Boy Classic which is expected to smaller of the original one and should include between 20-30 games to be launched next year (maybe in time for Christmas 2018).

Additionally, the Japanese company’s new product could include the possibility of a HDMI connection to televisions.

No official confirmation from Nintendo, but stay on nss for future upgrades