Did you not get a chance to buy an NES Classic Edition? Do not worry! Nintendo announced that it will bring it back in 2018, while the Super NES Classic, its other mini-console will continue to be distributed over the same year.
Nintendo announced that NES Classic Edition will be available in stores during the summer of 2018. The company has resumed the production of the micro-console, which will re-invade the shelves in the middle of next year.
For its part, the Super NES Classic Edition reserve began this summer but it got sold out in a short time. And it seems that Nintendo has decided to please those who ran out of one of them, as well as getting more juice out of these two demanded products.
The house of Kyoto also announced that it has increased the production of SNES Mini, with plans to distribute new units even in 2018, unlike what was initially stated. The plans provided for a stop at distribution after the Christmas season, but the situation changed due to the high demand from consumers around the world.
SNES Classic Mini will be released on September 29 at a price of $79.99 and will include two controllers and 21 pre-installed games, including the unveiled Star Fox 2, completed in 1995 but never released to date.