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Nintendo has two hot systems on their hands with the Switch and SNES Classic Edition. As we head into the holiday season, people will be looking to snatch these up by the millions. Nintendo knows this, which is why Reggie Fils-Aime has...Show More Summary
Build your own retro gaming rig at home with Raspberry Pi! Considering their inability to meet consumer demands, one might think that Nintendo uses ground unicorn horn in the manufacturing of their hardware. Perhaps you were unable to get you mitts on an SNES or NES classic. Show More Summary
Coming off a strong sales trend, Nintendo is promising to keep the consoles flowing.
It has been a great year for Nintendo fans, with the new Switch console as well as a throwback console based on the beloved Super Nintendo Entertainment System. But it has also been a hard one, if you're actually trying to find these consoles in stores. With the holidays coming, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aimé said […]
Despite its lack of availability, the SNES Classic outsold both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 for the second month in a row. Nintendo announced Thursday that for the month of October, the Nintendo Switch took the no. 1 spot for console sales in the U.S. Show More Summary
Nintendo ate the US wholesale in October console sales. Can the Xbox One X reverse that? The post The Nintendo Switch, SNES Classic Just Beat the Snot Out of Sony, Microsoft appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Reminder! Walmart is supposed to have a restock on the SNES Classic Edition at 2 PM EST! https://t.co/qplWZH2FXy — GoNintendoTweet (@GoNintendoTweet) November 15, 2017 Good luck to those of you who try to grab one! If you don't get one today, there will be restocks tomorrow and Friday as well.
For those who are still looking for an SNES Classic, the time is nearly here to pick one up. On Tuesday, Walmart sent out notifications indicating that the diminutive version of Nintendo's classic 16-bit console would be restocked on their website on Wednesday at 11AM PT. Show More Summary
Weeks before the SNES Classic Edition debuted (and promptly sold out), Nintendo promised that it would have more SNES Classic consoles ready to roll out on launch day that it did for the entirety of the NES Classic Edition's lifespan. Show More Summary
Anyone who missed out on the SNES Classic in September has a few opportunities to make good this week. Walmart is getting a big restock, and it's something of a drawn out event. As Walmart notes on the top of its site, it's selling the SNES Classic edition in stores November 15-17. Show More Summary
Here's your next chance to get the SNES Classic Edition. Walmart will have more stock to grab tomorrow, Thursday, and Friday. We're not sure if this is online only or also via retail locations. You can keep tabs on this page for more information.
Reggie Fils-Aime had a sit-down interview with the gang at CNN about all things Nintendo. You can see bulletproofs from the conversation below, or check out the video for yourself here. - goal is to keep momentum up - when they haveShow More Summary
The SNES Classic has been out a while now and my daughter and I have been enjoying it quite a bit. The best thing about it is the controllers. Having played with a Raspberry Pi, it was tough to find a suitable controller to use in the third-party market. Show More Summary
Nostalgia has become such a cash cow for Nintendo that even the 3DS is getting a SNES Classic Edition. Thankfully, the SNES Classic mini itself isn't having any problems moving units with two million sold in a month. A bit before launch,...Show More Summary
For the first holiday season since the new console generation began, Sony might actually be at a slight disadvantage. Nintendo is steamrolling everything in its path with the Switch and SNES Classic Edition, while Microsoft is confident...Show More Summary
Looks like the SNES Classic Edition is a pretty hot item in France. While the NES Classic sold 100k thus far, the SNES Classic has already sold over 160k. Now it's worth pointing out that the NES Classic experienced stock issues and currently isn't available, so sales might have climbed higher if there were more units to grab. Show More Summary
New figures from Nintendo show that the much sought-after SNES Classic sold two million units worldwide thus far. Nintendo plans to continue shipping the system "moving forward".In a statement made by Nintendo President, Tatsumi Kimishima...Show More Summary
Nintendo said it shipped 1.7 million units of SNES Classic as of Sept. 30. — Takashi Mochizuki (@mochi_wsj) October 30, 2017