NES Classic Edition will return to stores this June

NES Classic Edition will return to stores this June”

The new shipment of NES Classic consoles will be hitting store shelves on June 29th, 2018. The Tweet states that retailers will start carrying the product again starting on June 29.

Nintendo struck gold when it released the NES Classic Edition.

When the console first hit the market back in November 2016, there was a great demand, leading to the sell-out of the entire stock nearly immediately. NES Classic Edition will now return with full-on availability.

Are you planning on picking up the NES Classic Edition or the Super NES Classic Edition? But those who missed out on the NES Classic will have another chance to purchase the console.

The NES Classic ($60), and the more recently released SNES Classic ($80), should remain available to buy through the end of the year, Nintendo added. The NES Classic was originally launched back in November of 2016 and it was immediately sold out. The demand for these dedicated retro mini consoles is huge. Nintendo games on the NES Classic look much better on modern televisions than they do when you plug an actual Nintendo into a new HD or 4K television. It is hence not surprising why there is no Virtual Console download store for the Switch. "We've got a lot going on right now and we don't have unlimited resources".

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