Nintendo Brings the NES Classic Edition Back
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Nintendo has decided to bring the NES Classic Edition back from the dead. The NES Classic Edition will be available in stores in the U.S. again from June 29, so if you know anyone who works in retail you should probably ask them to put one aside for you.

The Return of the Nintendo Entertainment System

In 2016, Nintendo surprised everyone by launching the NES Classic Edition. This was a Nintendo Entertainment System in miniature, with 30 games built-in. And the NES Classic Edition flew off shelves at such a rate of knots that demand outstripped supply.

The NES Classic Edition was a massive hit, and parents tried desperately to get hold of one in time for Christmas 2016. However, despite this incredible demand, Nintendo shopped shipping the retro console NES Classic Edition Is Already Dying NES Classic Edition Is Already Dying Did you spend hours over Christmas searching for a NES Classic Edition? That search is about to get that bit more difficult as Nintendo announce they are discontinuing the tiny, plug-and-play retro console. Read More to the United States in April 2017.

We soon discovered why, as later that year Nintendo launched the Super NES Classic Edition. However, that still meant lots of people were never able to get hold of a NES Classic. Perhaps those unfortunate nostalgia nerds will have better luck this time…

The Return of the NES Classic Edition

Nintendo has announced that it’s bringing the NES Classic Edition back. It will arrive in stores on June 29, and Nintendo expects it to be available until the end of 2018. That still doesn’t mean it will be easy to find, but it does you six months to find one.

For those who missed the NES Classic Edition completely the first time around, it’s a miniature version of the classic console with 30 games built-in. Titles include Castlevania, Donkey Kong, Excitebike, Super Mario Bros., and The Legend of Zelda. All for $60.

The Return of the Nintendo 64?!

Nintendo has done wonders for its bank balance by dipping into its past. The company sold millions of both the NES Classic Edition and Super NES Classic Edition. And the next six months will only add to those totals. And that’s without mentioning the Switch.

With Nintendo making it clear this is only a limited release, it begs the question of what’s next? I have my heart set on a Nintendo 64 Classic Edition, but I think it’s more likely that a host of classic Nintendo games 10 Classic Nintendo Games to Celebrate 5 Years of the eShop 10 Classic Nintendo Games to Celebrate 5 Years of the eShop The Nintendo eShop is celebrating its fifth anniversary this month, and it's a perfect time to snap up some excellent games! Here are 10 classic titles all Nintendo enthusiasts need to download! Read More will be coming to a Switch near you soon.

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