Nintendo Mini NES News & Update: ThinkGeek Re-stocks Mini NES Before Holidays; Learn How To Get Mini NES
A retailer, ThinkGeek, reported will re-stock Nintendo Mini NES before holiday hits. This could be another good news to gamers who are still searching for this classic-themed device.
Nintendo Mini NES systems are still sold out at many retailers (Walmart, Tesco, Argos, and more). Obviously, the demand of classic-themed device is high. Due to the high demand, Nintendo and some retailers have promised consumers they will bring back the consoles in the shelves before the holiday.
On Thursday, Nov. 29, ThinkGeek has announced it's getting a shipment of the Nintendo Mini NES. In addition, the store also announced it will give away five Mini NES as part of its promotion, according to Game Spot.
How to join ThinkGeek contest?
Interested video game shoppers need to sign up at this page with their email accounts. They can sign up either Facebook, Instagram, or via Twitter. The promo runs until Dec. 13. ThinkGeek said lucky winners will Recep ive Nintendo Mini NES in time for the holidays.
The store added in their announcement that it will share more details about NES Classic general availability in the time ahead. In a previous report, in response to Nintendo Mini NES shortage, the Japanese company Nintendo said there will be a "steady flow" of additional systems.The device is expected to be available again at retailers through the holiday shopping season and into the new year.
The Nintendo Mini NES price is $60 and comes with 30 games, including some of the console's classic and best games like "Super Mario Bros.," "Donkey Kong," "The Legend of Zelda," and "Pac-Man."
In a previous report on Sunday, Nov. 25, in the United Kingdom, Nintendo Mini NES consoles have become available. However, just like what happened in the United States, the device has been quickly sold out.
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