You'll be able to pre-order the Super Nintendo Classic Edition starting later this month, Nintendo announced. People scrambled to get their hands on the device, only to find out a few days later that Walmart didn't plan to honor the pre-orders. The NES Classic was almost impossible to get before Nintendo stopped selling it earlier this year.
The system comes fully loaded with 21 games, Nintendo says. That business model reached its peak past year with the NES Classic, which shrank the venerable Nintendo Entertainment System, gave it an HDMI connector, and filled it with some of the original console's greatest titles.
Ever since Nintendo announced the SNES Classic Edition, fans have been frantically looking for a chance to reserve one.
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Nintendo's next hot retro console, the SNES Classic, is going to be available for pre-order late in August at a number of retailers, the company confirmed today. On top of that, a "significant amount of additional systems" will be made available at retailers on launch day and will continue to be supplied throughout the year. Unfortunately, there was no mention of specific dates which presumably means that each retailer will launch pre-orders on the date of their choosing. Especially with Nintendo only shipping the SNES Classic until the end of 2017, it will surely keep the market rushing to buy the product, considering it would only be selling on the market for a limited amount of time.
So. uh. there you go.