Nintendo Entertainment System News & Update; Limited NES Classic Edition Stocks On Sale At Best Buy On Dec. 20
Nintendo Entertainment System has a similar micro console called Famicom Mini that has been released in Japan. According to reports, the Famicom preceded the Nintendo Entertainment System and was a different console in some aspects.
Like Nintendo Entertainment System, the Famicom has a huge number of nostalgic goodwill linked to it in Japan, which is why Nintendo decided to release the Famicom Mini in the US. Also, the Famicom Mini is seldom to come bay in Japan, just like the Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition.
Compared to the Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition, the Famicom is believed to have a number of advantages. Among these are the two pads as part of the game lineup and standard. The disadvantages, however, are that both pads are too small and the pad cables are too short.
Just like Nintendo Entertainment System, the Famicom has been notably popular, and also seems to have limited stocks in Japan. However, those who are planning to buy from other regions will not encounter an issue when playing it on a modern TV in the West. Similar to the Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition, the Famicom is also powered through USB while the output video through HDMI.
Meanwhile, the Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition is among the hottest holiday gifts this year, but it is also difficult to find. However, reports claim that the gaming console will be available again next week.
The Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition is said to be a replica of the first NES system from 1985, which features a built-in library of 30 retro games such as "The Legend of Zelda" and "Super Mario Bros." As confirmed by a Nintendo spokesperson, the Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition will be on sale on Dec. 20 at Best Buy.
However, Best Buy BBY is reported to have limited stocks only on Dec. 20, and will be sold on a first come, first serve basis in physical stores only, according to Fortune. Watch NES Classic Edition Review: