This is despite the fact that the recent price of NES Classic Edition is nearly six times the suggested retail price of $60 (almost at a part with today's new gen consoles).
Folks in Australia have been plying retail outlets to get the Nintendo Mini NES Classic for quite some time now.
Boxes of the Nintendo 64 video game system sit on the shelves October 26, 2000 at a Toys R Us store in El Paso, Texas.
Fans are waiting for Nintendo's official announcement on when it will release the SNES Classic Mini. Not at all. More so, considering Nintendo's sloth-like approach to adding games to it.
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As for the potential software line-up for the SNES Mini, it's fair to say that Nintendo has a bounty of riches to pluck from, especially if third party publishers are on board. Rumors claim that the company may have stopped the production to force gamers to turn to the Hybrid Switch Console, Extreme Tech reported.
Vintage titles such as Donkey Kong, Metroid, Mega Man 2, Super Mario Bros and its two direct sequels and the first the Legend of Zelda games were part of the package.
While it was not unexpected, fans were still a little surprise when Nintendo chose to end the NES Classic out of the blue and although Nintendo has not said anything about it yet, Eurogamer might have heard something that could explain why the NES Classic had to go.
That a small, throwback SNES would be in the works has been suggested by fans and observers since the NES Classic proved such a hit in 2016.
However, it seems like Nintendo has something else under their sleeves.