NES Classic Edition Gets Restocked, Toys R Us Claims Having Stocks

By Ten L. , Updated Dec 06, 2016 06:12 PM EST

Nintendo's NES Classic Edition is probably the company's best product ever. The demand for such a gaming gadget is undeniably high and this can only mean one thing for Nintendo - SALES. Obviously, only Nintendo has managed to hit the consumers' weakness, which clearly is none other than nostalgia.

NES Classic Edition Gets Overwhelming Demand

The NES Classic Edition stock immediately ran out which means that a bunch of excited buyers where left empty handed. Luckily though, Nintendo has promised restocking the popular product. Toys R Us has likewise revealed selling the console for its holiday sale event.

Toys R Us To Sell The NES Classic Edition

According to a source, the popular shopping store will have new stocks of the new console on December 4. Take note that this retailer will start its holiday sale at this date up to December 10. Needless to say, the stocks aren't expected to last long enough. So if possible, do grab your unit as soon as you can and don't feel frustrated if you can't. Nintendo has already promised a restock of the console before holidays arrive.

NES Classic Edition A Big Hit

The NES Classic Edition is undeniably a one-of-a-kind release. It is pretty much a miniature version of the company's 1985 entertainment system but it clearly has received more praises and excitement than modern consoles. It might just be a $59.99 worth of console but the demand for it is pretty overwhelming. Needless to say, it is probably its affordable price and nostalgic feels that make the market crave for it this holiday.

If the NES Classic Edition continues to receive high demand in the coming weeks and months, this proves so much about the market's longing for past products. The NES Classic Edition comes preinstalled with 30 popular games including "Donkey Kong" and "Mario" games. It also has "Final Fantasy" and "The Legend Of Zelda".

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