The gaming company announced the popular console will be hitting stores once again.
Apparently, Nintendo's previous decision to remove the console from the market led to some sellers scalping the few available units while some unofficial developers began to produce bootleg versions. The list includes the usual suspects, like Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Target, and Walmart so your best bet would be checking local retail store for stock and their websites. Nintendo brought back the NES Classic, initiall released in 2016 on June 29. An Allwinner R16 microchip that's served by four different ARM Cortex-A7 provides most of the NES Classic's power, though an ARM Mali 400 MP2 GPU takes care of images on the screen.
The $59.99 retro game system is Now available via retailers such as GameStop and Best Buy, but you better order quick, because it's known to sell out.
Nintendo and its retail partners could not supply enough NES Classic Edition consoles to satiate the unexpected ravenous demand. Then Nintendo abruptly ended production of the console, saying it was never meant to be a long term item, and that it needed the factory space to produce other items (like the Switch, another hot seller). You can, of course, plug an SNES Classic controller into an NES Classic (or vice-versa), but we're assuming that you're looking to make one purchase, not two. To celebrate the release, I4U News is hosting a NES Classic Giveaway.
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Grab your wallets, gamers: As promised, the highly sought-after NES Classic is back in stock today.
However, do not be surprised if retailers limit this to one item per-person in order to combat scalpers.
These retailers are also going to accommodate customers who will be purchasing the NES Classic via their physical stores. The product page will likely be updated as soon as stock is available. We aim to highlight products and services you might find interesting, and if you buy them, we get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. The fact that it comes with an old-school NES controller is just icing on the cake.