Is the maker of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System making enough systems for their re-release?
That’s a good question after last holiday when they brought back the SNES Classic and the demand was higher then expected and customers left shorthanded.
Now before they do another remake release, it’s looking like history could be repeating itself with not enough consoles to meet the customer’s high demands.
Yesterday, Best Buy and Amazon each opened their pre-orders where they sold out almost immediately.
Today, Target and a few other retail stores opened their pre-orders and closed them immediately with the demand being high.
What’s the hype?
The new styled Super Nintendo Entertainment System is a “miniature” version of the classic gaming console.
The new system will come with 20 preloaded “all-time classic” games that are built in.
And to add onto that, the console price is running at $80 and will be in stores September 29th.
“We aren’t providing specific numbers, but we will produce significantly more units of Super NES Classic Edition than we did of NES Classic Edition,” said Nintendo told Business Insider.
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