Shipments of the system were slated to end at the end of the calendar year. The console is expected to sell out just as quickly as it did when it was released on the same date past year, but Best Buy is now taking pre-orders of the SNES. "Fans have shown their unbridled enthusiasm for these Classic Edition systems, so Nintendo is working to put many more of them on store shelves". It should also spread out the demand evenly, as reports also indicate that the pre-orders for the SNES Classic made for release on the console's launch day has surpassed the demand of the NES Classic Edition, which was released previous year.
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The $60 console was a top-seller when it came out in 2016, quickly selling out in stores across the country and declaring "Game Over". There will also be more units of the SNES Classic Edition on its September 29 launch date in the United States compared to the number of NES Classic Edition consoles that were shipped during its release.
Nintendo said that the NES Classic was never meant to be a long-term product, and it wasn't too long before the SNES Classic was announced.
The company launched the console with a $59 price tag.
The tech company originally released the NES Classic Edition in November 2016, and the company chose to terminate the device in Spring 2017.
While details regarding the NES Classic have been limited-in a statement Nintendo said they would release more info on plans for the console in the future-the company said the video game system will return along with 30 retro games including classics like the original Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. But, Kotaku reported that the abolishment of the gaming system was only temporary. Also, the demand could be untroubled. That was heartbreaking if you never got one.