This undated picture released by Nintendo on November 10, 2016 shows the North American version of the eighties era games console, "Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition". / AFP / Nintendo / STR /
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Nintendo Thursday launched a palm-sized version of its eighties era games console, setting up an old versus new showdown with rival Sony as it released a new PlayStation 4 .Scores of excited gamers queued at electronics stores in Tokyo to try to get their hands on the Nintendo's new version of its Famicom and Sony's PS4 Pro.The smaller version of Nintendo's classic console, known as the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) overseas, sold more than 60 million units after its 1983 launch.Nintendo has been looking for a hit to counter flagging Wii U console sales, after making a long-awaited debut in the mobile gaming market for the first time earlier this year.Meanwhile, the firm last month stumbled as it gave a sneak peek at a long-awaited new console called Nintendo Switch.
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