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Nintendo confirms that SNES Classic US pre-orders will start in late August

Nintendo confirms that SNES Classic US pre-orders will start in late August Pre-orders for the pint-sized SNES Classic will begin in late August in the United States, according to a post on Nintendo of America's official Facebook page.Good news if you were starting to worry that it would just be a release-day free-for-all, but it does mean several more weeks of not knowing if you'll be able to grab one in time.

F1 2017 review: 'If you live and breathe Formula One, there’s nothing even close to F1 2017'

F1 2017 review: 'If you live and breathe Formula One, there’s nothing even close to F1 2017' Conversely, if you live and breathe Formula One, there’s nothing even close on any console.But there is one severe mis-step that will likely dismay the game’s target audience, and that’s the returning ‘classic’ content.

Nintendo has 'dramatically increased' production of the SNES Classic

Nintendo has 'dramatically increased' production of the SNES Classic Fearing a repeat of last year's NES Classic fiasco when the miniaturized version of Nintendo's home console was virtually impossible to find in stores, and often sold for many times its asking price on auction sites?Well, you shouldn't be - at least not if you take Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime at his word.

Nintendo says NES Classic Edition will return in summer 2018, look on ye scalpers and DESPAIR

Nintendo says NES Classic Edition will return in summer 2018, look on ye scalpers and DESPAIR The NES Classic Edition, AKA the tiny lil' NES with a bunch of games and zero inventory, is coming back.The same press release also confirmed that Nintendo has dramatically increased production of SNES Classic over its predecessor.

Nintendo Will Bring Back the NES Classic Edition in 2018

Nintendo Will Bring Back the NES Classic Edition in 2018 Last year, Nintendo launched its great monument to bait-and-switch, the NES Classic Edition.The cutting-edge 30-year-old console packed a reasonable number of classic NES games into a diminutive form factor; then Nintendo slapped an attractive $60 price on the whole shebang.