The Nintendo NES Classic Edition has captured the hearts of many. However, the new console has also broken many hearts with its supply shortage. Fortunately now, stocks are up for grabs and those who have been waiting need not worry anymore.
Stocks for the Nintendo NES Classic Edition has been replenished in major stores. As the upcoming Nintendo Switch is set to be launched tonight, the NES classic is reportedly back on the market.
Those who have been waiting to get hold of their own NES classic console will be happy to know that Nintendo now has enough stocks to meet the increasing demand for the NES classic. As previously reported, the company promised to continue production and shipment of the console on a regular basis.
To grab your own console, you may want to check the sites of Walmart, Amazon, and GameStop. Even Best Buy no longer has the "out of stock" status that most have reported last week, so you may now check their site too.
However, the good news has a catch. As the inventory level has gone up, the sellers have also blown up their price tags.
Meanwhile, the Nintendo NES Classic Edition has also captured the heart of WWE superstar John Cena. In an interview with Sports Illustrated, John Cena revealed that he especially love the NES classics.
The WWE superstar admitted that when he was young, he also loved playing games from Nintendo. John Cena played Donkey Kong, Mario Bros., Ice Climber, Gyromite with the robot, Urban Champion and other eight-bit games from Nintendo.
Furthermore, John Cena vouched for the strength of the console's eight-bit. According to the WWE superstar, the NES classics has overcome the toughest tests and has proven its worth. He also mentioned that the eight-bit is so dependable that a lot of vintage designs are now in eight-bit.
Moving forward, John Cena is also hooked with the Nintendo Switch. He especially praised the versatility of the new console, which he said is the best of its kind. He also mentioned that some home consoles may be mobile, but nothing compares to the versatility of the Nintendo Switch which he calls "groundbreaking."