True to its promise and its idea of announcing important things when no one expects, Nintendo has just ignited the spirit and expectation of all those players who could not acquire an NES Classic Edition. We tell you this because a few minutes ago, the Japanese company announced the official re-launch date of its first mini console.
Through an announcement on their social media accounts, Nintendo of America revealed that its successful mini console, the NES Classic Edition, will return to stores on June 29. The Nintendo publication confirms the company’s commitment to manufacture and distribute more units of the console after it was initially considered a limited edition product to cover a special launch at Christmas time, but the success was such that the plans they had to change and now we are facing a new period of distribution and sale.
Regarding its price, Nintendo of America confirmed that it will remain the same as in the original release and the official site confirms that the NES Classic will have a suggested price of $59.99 USD.
As you know and if you are not already learning, the NES Classic Edition debuted in 2016 and was designed as a miniature replica of the legendary console of the Japanese company, had editions for America, Europe, and Japan, respecting the particularities of the designs available in those markets in the eighties.
This console has 30 classic games pre-installed and 3 video modes to suit the needs of the user, even has a filter to simulate a CRT appearance. In addition, each game has saved files and through QR codes presented by the console, it is possible to download the original manuals of each title to our portable devices.
Finally, Nintendo of America not only confirmed the re-launch date of NES Classic Edition, it also assured that this system and its successor, the SNES Classic Edition, will remain on sale until the end of the year.
So, it is time to be on the lookout, make changes to our financial plans and set aside an amount to purchase the NES Classic Edition. Will you buy the NES Classic Edition? Tell us in the comments below.