Nintendo NES Classic Edition Latest News & Update: Company Not Catching Up to Demand? Re-Stock May Not Be Enough! More Console Details

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Dec 12, 2016 08:36 AM EST
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The Nintendo NES Classic Edition became hot since it was announced by the development team. One of the most attractive factors that the said console could possibly possess is the nostalgia, which many have undoubtedly come to love in the years past.

The uproar in the popularity of the Nintendo NES Classic Edition or better known as the Nintendo Mini has enticed not just the old timers, but also those who wish to try something new. With such a massive liking, it is almost impossible to mass manufacture the product, which has now been clarified.

According to recent reports, American consumers who expect their share of the Nintendo NES Classic Edition may need to consider Best Buy, as they are said to soon stock up on the said device. However, even with the said move, it is anticipated that the supplies will not really last long, if to consider the past output. To make things trickier and at the same time rational, retailers will have to fully implement a first-come, first-serve system, therefore, online reservations are not tolerated.

Past reports also claim that the Nintendo NES Classic Edition was confirmed on shipping to Australia, as most stocks claim. Such has seemed to diminish the hope of those who wish to purchase outside of the said country, since Nintendo may be unable to catch up to the demand more than the production. Overall, the Nintendo NES Classic Edition is a hot commodity today and Nintendo must put their backs into it if they are to capitalize on the sales.

Features-wise, the Nintendo NES Classic Edition will home 30 retro games as promised, and despite the pixelated output, fans can expect a sharper, crisper artwork. Will Nintendo be able to mass produce before the Christmas season? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay locked here at GamenGuide.

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