Coming this November to a store near you, the slightly shrunk Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition that comes with 30 classic Nintendo games preloaded. The NES Classic Edition is a fair bit smaller and will plug into your modern TVs via HDMI. The price tag is set at $60 USD and unfortunately doesn't allow you to play old cartridges or add any other titles. Included in the 30 titles are of course the 3 Mario Bros. games as well as two Zelda games. For more on this check out NintendoLife.
Today Nintendo has shocked the retro gaming community by announcing the Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition (Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System in Europe), a "new" version of its legendary NES hardware which will cost $59.99 in the US.
It connects to your TV via HDMI and even comes with that classic NES pad, which can also be used with your Wii or Wii U. You can also use a Classic Controller or Classic Controller Pro on the system for two-player action, but the new NES pad will be sold separately for $9.99 as well - just in case you like consistency.