SNES Classic Preorders Coming Soon, 'Significant' Improvement in Stock

SNES Classic pre-orders go live later this month, says Nintendo

You'll be able to pre-order the Super Nintendo Classic Edition starting later this month, Nintendo announced. It's great that Nintendo claims it will have a "significant amount" of SNES Classic Edition units, but that's not exactly reassuring.

Nintendo announced that the SNES Classic, a modernized reproduction of its 16-bit console, will be available for pre-order in late August.

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Could Nintendo keep with the demand?

The SNES Classic Mini price is $79.99, and we'll likely see it made available at Amazon, GameStop and Walmart (naturally), along with other reputable retailers.

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Nintendo might be once again, biting off more than it can chew, as early indication stock shortage is very imminent for the consoles the first month of sales. The regular NES Classic was in high demand but not so high supply, and Nintendo has been accused of keeping stock short on goal. The reason for this is that Nintendo would now shift their focus to developing games for the Nintendo Switch and continuing its support for the 3DS.

The SNES Classic Edition will undoubtedly be one of the year's most popular devices, but thus far, we haven't heard many details about its launch. That business model reached its peak a year ago with the NES Classic, which shrank the venerable Nintendo Entertainment System, gave it an HDMI connector, and filled it with some of the original console's greatest titles.

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