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Michael Crisman writes, "The NES Classic, for those unaware, is a stand-alone miniature clone of the classic 8-bit system that ships with a built-in selection of software. These titles cover a wide range of genres, and the best part is an almost complete lack of crapware. You get total classics like all three Super Mario Bros. titles, the first two Castlevania games, both NES Zelda titles, Double Dragon II: The Revenge, Mega Man 2, Ghosts ‘N Goblins, Excitebike, Donkey Kong, StarTropics, Final Fantasy, Tecmo Bowl, and more. Sixty bucks buys you thirty classic games, and if you don’t think fifty cents a pop for these babies is a great deal, then maybe a quick trip to eBay will clear your head. Still, thirty games is a paltry sample of what the NES had available over the course of its illustrious career. Several answers to MichaelB’s question tempted me, but in the end, these were the entries for my personal NES Classic’s ‘Most-Needed DLC’ list."