If you were unable to obtain NES Classic during the first run of the Retro console, the good news is that it will be available again next month. Nintendo has announced that the hard-to-find mini-console will be available again from June 29th.
NES Classic (US $ 60) and the recently released SNES Classic (US $ 80) should continue to be available on the Internet at the end of the year, Nintendo added.
Last year, Nintendo announced that the NES Classic will return to shelves in the summer of 2018, so the timing of June 29th is right. The NES Classic arrived in November last year. Pre-orders that were sold out before the start and those that were available on the release day also vanished in a jiffy, which quickly led to a price increase on sites like Ebay. Additional deliveries delivered in the following months were also sold out quickly ̵
The NES Classic has 30 games, including some of Nintendo's most popular games like Super Mario Bros. and Donkey Kong. The SNES Classic is a small version of the legendary Nintendo console. It comes with 21 games, including the previously unpublished Star Fox 2.
The SNES Classic delivered more than 4 million units, while the NES Classic delivered 2.3 million units before it was initially discontinued.
Given the great success of the NES and SNES Classic consoles, many are wondering if Nintendo will release a N64 Classic next. Interestingly, a trademark application indicates that this could happen, although no official announcement has yet been made. Nintendo's E3 2018 Briefing takes place in early June and we expect big news.