The Nintendo ES Classic to Go Back on Store Shelves This June

source: Nintendo

The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was a hit for the company when it launched in 2016. The console flew off the shelves faster than anyone had anticipated. It was not too long before it was discontinued as the demand exceeded the supply.

However, it looks as if the NES Classic Edition will return to the shelves in June. It will be available for $60, but like the first time it hit the market, the console will only come with one controller and the cord itself is very short. Likely, you will have to invest in an extension cable as well.

The NES Classic comes preloaded with 30 built-in games from the original NES, such as The Legend of Zelda, Castlevania, and Ninja Gaiden.

Expected to hit the stores on June 29th, the console will likely be available online on Amazon, Best Buy, and Target, all retailers where last year’s unit went on sale.

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