Nintendo will resurrect NES Mini in 2018

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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 a year ago.

Next summer, Nintendo will also bring back the Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition system with new shipments. "We will announce sales dates at a later time". We understand that it has been hard for many consumers to find a system, and for that we apologize.

Nintendo attributed the decision to stop production to "limited resources".

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So great is the demand for the retro console that Nintendo has now announced that it will put more Classic Edition consoles on shelves come its release on 29th September.

It is a good thing that Nintendo had a change of plans, as this would allow more retro gamers to enjoy the 8-bit gaming experience offered by the classic console with its 30 built-in games. "We've got a lot going on right now and we don't have unlimited resources".

The game that gave birth to the legend...of Zelda...appears on NES Classic Mini.

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In addition to this the Japanese firm has said that it will ship additional NES Classic Edition consoles in 2018. Nintendo spokesperson told Eurogamer recently that they are "happy to confirm that we'll continue to ship stock of the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System to Europe in 2018".

So far, the news has been well-received in the gaming community, especially since many were concerned that the supply will not be able to accommodate the fans' demand.

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