Nintendo's mini versions of its classic consoles include a range of great games that can now be played via HDMI and with replica controllers.
Now we know the release date for the Nintendo NES Classic Edition in Canada and the United States of America, as the units will hit retailers on June 29, 2018.More news: Prison where Josh Holt is being held captive reportedly under attack
Nintendo has since then promised a relaunch of the mini-console and that they would be making more of them to ensure that NES fans are not left out.
Remember the NES Classic?
There will be no increase in the NES Classic Edition price for its return, as it will still be sold at $59.99.More news: Amazon announces discounts for Prime members at Whole Foods Market
The NES Classic was a popular holiday item when it launched in 2016. It has generally seen higher production numbers than its predecessor.
With the popularity of these two systems, there are many speculations that Nintendo may release other systems like the Nintendo 64. It features 30 games from the original Nintendo Entertainment System built into the device, including Donkey Kong and the first Super Mario Bros. All these and more will be available with the return of the NES Classic to store shelves on June 29.
Twitter/Nintendo of AmericaNintendo announced on social media that the NES Classic edition will be available starting Jun. 29, and will be available through the end of the year along with the SNES Classic.More news: US and six Arab states slap sanctions on Hezbollah leadership
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