The NES Classic Mini goes back on sale next month

Posted May 15, 2018

Nintendo has announced that the NES Classic Edition will be re-launched on June 29.

Alongside the announcement that the NES Classic would return, Nintendo assured fans the Super NES Classic console would also be available. The gaming console was released past year to a positive response worldwide. At the time, Nintendo said it would have more NES Classic units available for the summer, but did not provide any further details.

Nintendo has kept its promise and is bringing back the NES Classic Edition Re-stock after a short period of discontinuation. That's a hell of a lot better than the $400 price tags we saw back in the first run of the NES Classic.

In Canada, Nintendo will start selling the micro-console again on June 29th.

When the NES Classic released on the 10th of November 2016, you struggled to get one for love or money. NES Classic Edition will now return with full-on availability.

Nintendo confirmed that the NES Classic Edition is coming back to stores on June 29th, and it should be available to melancholic buyers who're exhausted of playing incredible games on modern consoles. Plus, there will be new batches of SNES Classic consoles.

Console manufacturer AtGames has releases mini, retro Atari and Sega consoles. Nintendo couldn't produce enough units to keep the console on store shelves. Regarding the SNES Classic, Nintendo recently made a statement that it already sold almost 5 million units.