If there’s one thing Nintendo hasn’t quite nailed down yet, it’s making sure their supply meets demand. Much like the current Switch situation, a shortage of NES Classic consoles gave the Japanese gaming giant negative press when people had to resort to scalpers to enjoy the retro console. The fact that Nintendo decided to discontinue the NES Classic instead of increasing shipments left gamers disappointed.
Today, Nintendo has delivered the news many were hoping to hear. New shipments of the NES Classic will be produced and made available next summer 2018. While it is almost a year away, it makes sense for Nintendo to hold off until then in order to keep the spotlight on the upcoming SNES Classic Edition, which arrives September 29, 2017.
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