Nintendo NES Classic Edition Is Still Available!

May 03, 2017 12:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban


Nintendo NES Classic Edition can still be purchased even when Nintendo decided to discontinue it altogether. It is common knowledge that purchasing one has been very difficult months after its release. Now that it has been discontinued, there is still a little bit of hope for those who still would want to grab a hold of this console.

The Nintendo NES Classic Edition is still available on Amazon. For those who are looking for last ditch effort to buy one, Amazon may be the best place. There are reportedly a good number of sellers who still have the mini-console on stock and are ready for shipping. Also, the prices are not as steep as expected for something as limited.

It is also best to buy the mini console from sellers with good reviews to avoid any problems in the future. Some sellers might use the tag "just launched" to lure buyers, so don't ever fall for the trap.

A month ago, Nintendo NES Classic Edition can still be purchased through Best Buy but only on limited stocks. Immediately when Nintendo announced that it will be discontinuing the NES to focus on things like Switch, the few on stock vanished in no time.

GameStop, on the other hand, had the mini console available through its online store. Unfortunately, it only came with bundles jacking the price up to almost double. For avid fans, the price never became an issue as having it is the primarily the most important thing.

The Nintendo NES Classic Edition is ever so popular because it has the original look and feel but comes in a sweet little package. This makes this mini console look sleeker. It also has 30 games already pre-loaded. Games that are pre-loaded are sure to make one nostalgic like Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, PAC-MAN, and much more.

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