Nintendo Entertainment System: Classic Edition Latest News & Updates: Details On The Console's Sepcifiactions; Already Sold Out?

By Jason Glenn , Updated Nov 13, 2016 10:09 AM EST
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After from being on sale just a few hours ago, Nintendo Entertainment System: Classic Edition is already sold out. The Nintendo released a limited supply of the Nintendo's NES Classic Edition for US$59.99 per box.

The vintage gaming system is one of the classic gaming collectibles of Nintendo. The Nintendo Entertainment System: Classic Edition is physically small while its controller is in full-size which includes 30 installed games inside according to PC Gamer.

The games from Nintendo Entertainment System: Classic Edition will effectively look well than when it is played with a Wii U's Virtual Console. The 30 pre-installed games includes the "Castlevani"a 1 and 2, "Simon's Quest", "Dracula's Curse", "Super C", "Mega Man 2" and "Double Dragon 2".

The Nintendo Entertainment System: Classic Edition original version was first released in 1983. Aside from being affordable, the nostalgic feeling of the game is superb courtesy of its HDMI output.

There are three graphical options in the Nintendo Entertainment System: Classic Edition first is the Pixel Perfect which can be visibly appealing when used on TV. 4:3 that extends the pixel and make them appear in the original NES aspect and the CRT.

 Amazon has the Nintendo Entertainment System: Classic Edition on pre-order however due to "very limited quantities" their one-click ordering system has been disabled. According to Polygon, Amazon have limit the purchased to one box per customer.

Kotaku reported that the Nintendo Entertainment System: Classic Edition has a big flaw. The controllers don't have a "home' or "menu" button which is why Nintendo resolute that the NES' "reset" button can perform the exact purpose. The "reset" button is the only solution to switch games, access save states and change the settings.

The controller of the Nintendo Entertainment System: Classic Edition has a short cable wire which is only three feet long. You can find a list of retailers to found out if they still have available NES which can be found in the Nintendo Website.

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