NES Classic From Nintendo Will Be Back

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Nintendo Will Bring Back The NES Classic

The NES Classic from Nintendo Will be back. The company announced that it will re-release the re-release of its NES, the NES Classic Edition. The console will make its comeback to store shelves on June 29th. Nintendo expects it to be available through the end of the year.

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More Information On NES And the NES Clssic Edition

NES made its debut on November 2016. It sold out immediately upon its debut. New Units of the NES Classic are being made and the good news is that they will be on sale soon. Nintendo has announced that it will be available in the US. There is no additional information as to what it will be like outside the US. Fans welcome the good news, which is not entirely a surprise.

Nintendo cut short the existence of NES and said that it will not live beyond 2017. The console was a hit, then, but the SNES version became more popular. The company said that it sold more on its launch day on August than NES sold in the whole of last year.

What To Expect From The NES Classic Edition

Nintendo is adding 20 NES games with updated multiplayer features as part of its online subscription service for the Switch. It is set to launch this September. The SNES Classic sold over five million units. This may be the reason why there is no Visual Console download store for the Switch.

The NES Classsic features thirty built-in games. Some of these games are: Balloon Fight, Bubble Bobble, Castlevania, Donkey Kong, Double Dragon, Excitebike, Final Fantasy, Galaga, and Ghost and Goblins. Also in the list are: Gradius, Ice Climber, Mario Bros., Pacman, and Super Mario Bros. 1 to 3. There are a lot more exciting built-in games included in the list.

If you have a feel for nostalgia and miss those Nintendo classic games, watch out for the NES Classic Edition.

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