Nintendo announces that it is bringing back one of its classic consoles

Posted May 14, 2018

Nintendo retro consoles have been very good sellers, with the SNES Classic Edition even outselling the NES Classic Edition.

Nintendo's Classic Editions have been hard specimens to snag ever since the NES Classic was first released back in 2016.

Regarding its price, Nintendo of America confirmed that it will remain the same as in the original release and the official site confirms that the NES Classic will have a suggested price of $59.99 United States dollars.

Back in 2016 Nintendo released a new version of a very old console, and it sold out nearly immediately. The announcement comes after it was revealed that Nintendo Switch Online benefits include online access to classic NES games. It seems like Nintendo hasn't been able to solve the issue for the NES Classic Edition's rerelease, however. This was a frequent complaint initially, and one that was fixed with the release of the SNES Classic.

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Like previous releases, the NES Classic will be available to purchase wherever video games are sold.

Nintendo seemed unsure, at least for a while, whether they'd release more NES Classic Minis, despite the clear demand for the system. 1 and 3, Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Pac-Man, Final Fantasy, Kirby's Adventure and more.

You may also see it called the "Nintendo NES Classic Edition" or just "NES Mini", but they're all the same thing. The mini Super Nintendo System came with 21 pre-loaded games and a controller.