NES Classic Edition Coming Back To Store Shelves On June 29

Nintendo Introduced the NES Classic back in 2016 and it became quite popular among Nintendo fans and was quite difficult to get one due to sheer demand and was then discontinued with the introduction of SNES Classic Edition, however, fans will be happy as Nintendo is bringing back NES Classic Edition.

According to Nintendo of America, who posted on Twitter that NES Classic Edition will be returning to store shelves on June 29, 2018. Furthermore, the company revealed that both NES and SNES Classic Edition will be available through the end of 2018.

NES Classic Edition was an instant hit among the Nintendo fans and due to its popularity this retro console was hard to come by and in some cases was available at a price way higher than its actual MSRP.

These retro consoles come with pre-installed games and users are not able to install any other game. However, creative users were able to find a workaround to install other retro titles on NES Classic.

The same was with SNES Classic Edition and for this console too hackers were able to find a workaround to run game on SNES Classic of user’s liking.

These retro consoles were very popular among fans and last month Nintendo revealed that SNES Classic sold over 5 million units.

Speaking of the retro console, Nintendo has confirmed that there will be no virtual console on Switch. According to Nintendo, that SNES Classic is the form of Virtual Console.

There are currently no plans to bring classic games together under the Virtual Console banner as has been done on other Nintendo systems. There are a variety of ways in which classic games from Nintendo and other publishers are made available on Nintendo Switch, such as through Nintendo Entertainment System.

What do you think of NES Classic Edition coming back to store shelves? Let us know in the comments.