Nintendo Re-Opens Production of NES Classic in 2018

Nintendo Re-Opens Production of NES Classic in 2018

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Michelle McLean by Michelle McLean on Sep 12, 2017 @ 08:07 PM
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So we have some good news concerning the SNES Classic and even the NES Classic.

Get this:

Nintendo is finally making the smart decision to return the NES Classic Edition to shelves. However, we won't see any NES Classic consoles until Summer 2018. This is fantastic news, considering hardly anyone has been able to get their hands on it.

However, there are questions that need answering. For one, when will the summer batch of shipments end for the NES Classic? Will the demand finally be satisfied?

Ah, I suppose we will have to find out.

In other news, the SNES Classic edition, which features 21 Super Nintendo games (including the never-before-released Star Fox 2), will continue to sell into 2018, meaning that production will not end at the end of the holidays like originally planned.

So good news, right? Right?

I'm still quite happy I was able to get one for my family.

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