Nintendo made waves when itannounced the NES Classic Edition, a miniature Nintendo Entertainment System, and has released a short-and-sweet teaser to  show off the FIFA Coins plug-and-play replica in a new trailer.The NES Classic Edition marks Nintendo's foray into the built-in-games console market.

          It will come with an HDMI cable and one of the NES's horrid rectangular controllers, and you'll be able to plug in Wii Classic Controllers since those peripherals use the same prongs.Where many of these miniatures use shoddy emulation to run built-in games, Nintendo's manufacturing Buy FIFA Coins the NES Classic itself. Hopefully that means faithful emulation of the 30 pre-loaded titles included on the system.

        Nintendo has attached a $60 price tag to the NES Classic Edition, available on November 11. The library of pre-loaded games spans a nice mix of first- and third-party masterpieces from the 1980s and '90s. Standouts include the Super Mario Bros. trilogy, Castlevania 1 and 2, Mega Man  http://www.u2fifa.com/   Punch-Out!! (featuring Mr. Dream), The Legend of Zelda and Zelda 2, and Double Dragon