Fortunately, Nintendo does learn from its lessons and, as promised, the NES Classic Edition will be returning to store shelves next month. Nevertheless, the Japanese gaming giant declared via Twitter the NES Classic will go back to shops in the US on June 29. The company is promising that both the NES Classic as well as the SNES Classic will be "expected" to be available through the end of the year.
You may also see it called the "Nintendo NES Classic Edition" or just "NES Mini", but they're all the same thing.More news: Prince Philip Makes His First Public Appearance Post-Surgery
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Back in 2016 Nintendo released a new version of a very old console, and it sold out nearly immediately.
Unfortunately, by mid-2017, the NES Classic Edition was as rare as a legendary Pokemon. Regarding the SNES Classic, Nintendo recently made a statement that it already sold almost 5 million units. Ever since the time of the NES, there were plenty of games that anime-fans could enjoy, even if admittedly they weren't always good (and they still aren't). More than 5 million Super NES Classic were sold by Nintendo. The micro-console will include one NES Classic Controller, an HDMI cable, and an AC adapter. These games included such greats as The Legend of Zelda, Super Mario Bros.