At that time, the holiday period was coming up fast. Meanwhile, according to Kotaku on yesterday's launch, "In June, when Nintendo announced the Super Nintendo Classic, the company promised that it would manufacture more consoles than it did for last year's NES Classic...."
But no one could find it. Nintendo didn't know it had gold in its hands. So shortages happened. Then more shortages occurred.
Hope you're all enjoying your SNES Classics, that I'm not-at-all jealous and bitter of. The service launched shortly after the Wii console in 2006. Personally, if all of the games that are available on the SNES Classic were also available on the Switch, I would have no reason to pick up the former. Nintendo has seemingly improved its supply chain to accommodate overwhelming demand.
Unfortunately, because it was extremely popular, gamers who didn't manage to pre-order one prior to release were unlikely to get one for the original price.
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Nintendo has also confirmed that it will be producing more SNES Classic Minis than it did the NES version, so stock should be more readily available on the build up to Christmas.
It won't be easy to find SNES Classic Edition, but even in an increasingly e-commerce-focused world, a few brick-and-mortar stops at seem like your best bet. Still, stocks will eventually run out, and Nintendo doesn't really update about when certain retailers get stocks, at least not all the time. Learning a lesson after many outraged fans who sought the NES Classic last year were left empty-handed, Nintendo said it would increase inventory of the Super NES Classic this year. Nintendo has been down this road before, having released the NES Classic - a shrunken version of the Nintendo Entertainment System, in limited quantities. And there's a good chance that the device, which offers old-school gaming for today's televisions, like Super Mario World, Donkey Kong Country, and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, will be hard to find, based on early pre-orders. Plus, this one comes fully loaded with 21 games!
The console launched on September 29, retailing for $79.99.