The NES Classic Returns to Store Shelves June 29

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In a Sunday tweet, Nintendo said the NES Classic Edition will return to store shelves on June 29.

Unfortunately, by mid-2017, the NES Classic Edition was as rare as a legendary Pokemon. Unfortunately for users who were looking forward to the store on the Nintendo Switch, this is how Nintendo made a decision to proceed with its retro games. That's a hell of a lot better than the $400 price tags we saw back in the first run of the NES Classic.

Japanese gamers and manga aficionados and every combination thereof will get a treat this summer with the release of a NES Classic Edition loaded with games from the pages of Weekly Jump.

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The system will continue to ship to retailers until the end of the year, with Nintendo confirming the same for the SNES Classic Edition.

The incredibly popular retro console was such a hit when it originally released that Nintendo couldn't keep up with demand. It seems like Nintendo hasn't been able to solve the issue for the NES Classic Edition's rerelease, however. Thanks to the retro console's overwhelming popularity, the company decided to make more so everyone who wants one can get one.

No need to shell out an arm and a leg to buy an NES Classic Edition on an auction site. If you were persistent, you could (usually) find the SNES Classic in stores. Unlike the NES Classic, the Super NES Classic comes with two controllers and features several multiplayer games such as Super Mario Kart, Street Fighter 2 Turbo, and Contro III: The Alien Wars.

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