The tiny, retro Nintendo console that was almost impossible to snag 18 months ago will return to store shelves this summer.
For those who missed out and want another chance at buying a NES, you'll get your chance next month. Plus, there will be new batches of SNES Classic consoles.
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We hope that it will reinforce the realisation that the world is not the same anymore. "We must question our history and our habits", added Fremaux.
Of course, lifelong Nintendo fans have been expecting the console's re-release. The SNES Classic Edition is expected to hit shelves later this year though an official launch date hasn't been announced.
"There are now no plans to bring classic games together under the Virtual Console banner as has been done on other Nintendo systems", the firm said in a statement. 3, Donkey Kong, Balloon Fight and many more. With the original Nintendo Entertainment System, it wasn't uncommon for games to spontaneously freeze or otherwise stop working.
The NES Classic Edition earned an "excellent" rating in PCMag's 2016 review, and our coveted Editors' Choice award. Nintendo also released Star Fox 2, a previously unreleased video game, bundled with the game library of the Super Nes Classic.
Nintendo told Cnet, "Nintendo high-quality products, while also striving to exceed expectations when supporting our customers". That service is set to launch in September. There's the option to sign up to eight members of the family under a group package that costs $34.99.