Good news Nintendo enthusiasts, if you didn’t get your hands on a NES Classic this past November when it first released, you will have another chance in 2018.
Due to popular demand for the retro system, Nintendo will bring back the highly popular product back next year.
No details have been revealed as to when they will release it but nevertheless, this is awesome news. Especially since Nintendo’s rollout for these retro systems have been quite suspect *coughs* Super NES Classic.
Speaking of SNES Classic, Nintendo also plans to bump up the number of units that will shipped due to excitement for the system. So if you were one of those people who was sleeping, literally, when the pre-order linked dropped you may have a chance to get another opportunity to cop September 29, when it officially launches.
SNES Classic will retail for $80 if you don’t have to deal with the resale struggle and features 21 classic games such as Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Mario World, Super Metroid, Mario Kart and Street Fighter II Turbo to name a few.
We wish y’all good luck in your pursuit of these retro goodies, you’re gonna need it.