Nintendo Is Releasing Way More Super NES Classic Editions Than Originally Planned

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The company said it plans to continue shipping the retro console into 2018.

The company said it will ship more units of the Super NES Classic Edition on its USA launch day, September 29, than all of a year ago with the NES Classic Edition.

Speaking at the time, the company said: "Throughout April, [Nintendo of America] territories will receive the last shipments of Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition systems for this year".

Nintendo UK has confirmed that the NES mini is back in production and will return to shops in the UK next summer. They also sport HDMI connections, throwback controllers, and in the SNES Classic's case, a new Rewind feature that will let you take another stab at a hard spot. Especially since Nintendo's rollout for these retro systems have been quite suspect *coughs* Super NES Classic. "You shouldn't [have to] pay more than $79.99".

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Pre-orders for the SNES Classic sold out quickly at retailers like JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman and EB Games.

Coming Soon reports that Nintendo has announced they will increase shipment numbers for the SNES Classic when it debuts on September 29.

The company also promised to re-release it mini Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) next summer, after a criticized initial offering a year ago.

According to Business Wire, sales of the NES mini will also resume in North America, where it will return to sale next summer. On launch day, there will be more SNES Classic consoles available than NES Classic consoles shipped during 2016. Nintendo has no further details at this time. Now it seems the Japanese company has found evidence suggesting that there is good demand for the system, and producing more of it will be good, both for fans and the company. We also hear that shipments for the console will be higher than those for its predecessor, the NES Classic Edition, that was sold out in a flash.