Due to popular demand, Nintendo has announced new stock of the Classic Mini will be put into circulation next year, and it will create extra stock for the Super NES Classic Edition, which is due for release on September 29. In the same press release, Nintendo announced that they will bring back the NES Classic in the summer of 2018 with new shipments, something they had stated they were not going to do as its production was discontinued. They also sport HDMI connections, throwback controllers, and in the SNES Classic's case, a new Rewind feature that will let you take another stab at a hard spot. The Super NES Classic will include 21 pre-loaded games, included the previously unreleased 'Star Fox 2, ' and retails for $79.99.
What you have to remember, when people are losing their minds over the SNES Classic Mini pre-orders, is that some people are getting through the pre-order process.
The NES Classic and SNES Classic are miniature versions of Nintendo's iconic 8- and 16-bit consoles.
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After disappearing from stores, the NES Classic Edition will be returning next year with a bang.
To shut down rumors that Nintendo purposely held back stock make the NES Classic more sought-after item, Fils-Aime said the company was not holding back stock on goal and that Nintendo simply didn't produce enough units. Nintendo also promised to supply more shipments of the SNES Classic through 2018.
Earlier, the company made a promise to offer more stock of the SNES Classic, but it did not sound very confident. Then after the cancellation of the NES Classic, prices skyrocketed even further.
Nintendo also announced that they will be extending production of the SNES Mini into 2018 too.