Nintendo Mini NES News & Update: How To Get Classis NES Below $300 & Seven Forgotten Games You Should Play
Nintendo Mini NES can be bought for $60. One you get one, there are seven forgotten games that may bring fun to you and your friends.
Players could get Mini NES that comes pre-loaded with 30 of Nintendo's best games without spending more than $300. However, it could be challenging as the replicas of the classic console have been sold out so quickly.
Due to the high demand, the Japanese tech company, Nintendo promises it will produce more stock of Mini NES before the holidays. So even though you see on Best Buy, Amazon, or Walmart that Mini NES is sold out, these retailers may sell again in the near future as Nintendo manufactures more of the console.
Wednesday, Nov. 22 was the last day of Mini NES sale on Walmart. BGR advised online shoppers previously to be faster in purchasing. There were complaints reported about the bots buying out units just as fast as they come into stock.
Meanwhile, for those lucky gamers who got Mini NES this weekend, here are the seven forgotten games that you may consider playing this weekend, according to PC Gamer: "Little Samson" (1992), "Baseball Stars" (1989), "Wrecking Crew" (1985), "Rygar" (1987), "The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle" (1989), "Legacy of the Wizard" (1989) and "Adventures of Lolo" (1989).
The classic Nintendo Edition was released in 1985. The popular games and series that hosted by this console are "Super Mario Bros.," "Zelda, |Metroid," "Castlevania," "Mega Man" and "Contra."
So the replica version of NES comes with 30 top shelf games built-in. Aside from playing the popular ones, you may consider other games that haven't tried yet or the forgotten ones.
Walmart could be the most predictable retailer, according to Fox News. As mentioned earlier, the online shoppers have been advised to be faster in purchasing as the NES Classics with a flash sale has been available every at 5PM ET from Nov. 21 and 22.