Nintendo’s NES Classic was constantly out of stock, including the day it launched, and whenever it was in stock, it was out shortly after. So you could understand why people were upset to learn of Nintendo's discontinuation of the NES Classic edition. The discontinuation also prompted rumors about Nintendo’s possible plan to release a Super NES Classic as well.
Well before this upcoming holiday season, Nintendo is going to release the Super NES classic on September 29 with a retail price of $80. You’ll be able to play with one or two players with the two included wired controllers over an HDMI connection.
The Nintendo Super NES Classic will have the following games:
So, when Nintendo said that it had to discontinue the NES Classic due to "lack of resources", we now know that it wasn't making any mistake, it needed the resources to release another successful Classic-edition console. It's shaping up to be a great year for Nintendo.
You don't know what are you saying!!!
well, i still got the original Nintendo and Super Nintendo. i really want to buy these but it's wasting money since i have the originals working perfectly. Just blowing inside the game cardridge and VOILA
Another one that's going to tear up the charts. Nintendo making good moves. Also good for the industry.