The NES Classic is coming back next month – good luck getting one this time

May 14, 2018 Napier Lopez


The NES Classic sold like hotcakes when it first went on sale back in 2016. And then, for reasons unclear, Nintendo decided to stop selling it. Sure, it had the SNES classic to sell as well, but why discontinue a product that was selling so well? The last we checked, Nintendo sold 2.3 million units in the few months it was on sale. Well, that’ll soon be a concern of the past. Nintendo announce yesterday the SNES classic will be available to buy once more starting June 29, following a promise it made late last year. The company says NES…

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