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NES Classic Edition will return to stores this June

The NES And SNES Classic Minis Are Returning To Australia Shannon Grixti The NES And SNES Classic Minis Are Returning To Australia Shannon Grixti
Cecil Davis | 14 May, 2018, 13:07

While Japan is getting a special Shonen Jump version of the Mini: Famicom this July that we just got to check out in a new trailer, Nintendo announced that the NES Classic Edition will return to stores on June 29, 2018. Although NES Classic had an MSRP of $59.99, the overwhelming demand made prices soar on the secondary market.

However, one hacker has decided that they can't wait for SNES games to appear on their Switch and has hacked the console in order to copy over the UI and library of the SNES Classic Edition.

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While the NES Classic was technically launched in November 2016, the retro console became nearly impossible to come by thanks to widespread stock shortages and the eventual announcement from Nintendo that it had discontinued the NES Classic altogether. Nintendo did promise that the mini retro console would be coming back in 2018, and now it has a date. Both it and the SNES Classic are expected to be in regular supply through the end of the year at minimum. Tracking down a Nintendo and purchasing all the games that were included in the NES Classic would cost hundreds of dollars. Regarding the SNES Classic, Nintendo recently made a statement that it already sold almost 5 million units. Now we know exactly when.

The launch of the NES Classic in North America was nothing short of a clusterfuck. You don't need to worry about finding space to store all 30 of the games either: They're installed directly on the console.