The golden age of 16-bit gaming returns when Nintendo launched the Nintendo Classic Mini this year. The console has the original look and feel of the 90s games console, only smaller. If you can remember as far back as the 90s, you’ll remember that the traditional console used games cartridges that often got faulty and you would have to give them the odd knock, or blow dust out of them to make them work. The new Nintendo Classic Mini comes fully loaded with 21 games already built in, no cartridges. They must have been onto us with the old blow in the cartridge trick. Once we switched the new console on, and Mario sprung into 2D action, we were instantly warped back in time. We couldn’t believe how much things had changed. So we just had to compare some of the games and see how far we had come.