Nintendo will ship more Super NES Classic Edition units when the gaming console rolls out in the United States on September 29. Meanwhile, the company also stated that the original NES Classic Edition console would be available in the market next year.

In Nintendo’s press release, the company stated that more units of SNES gaming system would be available on its launch day compared to the units sold by the original console. With game enthusiasts showed their uncontrolled interest for the console, the company decided to roll out significantly more devices on store shelves.

When the company kicked off the pre-orders for the SNES gaming system last month, the stocks of retail companies, such as Target and Walmart, were sold out in less than a minute.

Nintendo fans who wanted to pre-order the gaming system in their local stores were met with long lines.

Price of the gaming system

However, according to GameSpot, Nintendo of America President, Reggie Fils-Aimé, strongly recommended gaming fans looking for the gaming console to refrain from utilizing auction websites that are selling the snes classic edition more than its suggested retail price, which is $80.

The most exciting thing about Nintendo’s new console is the games it comes with. According to The Verge, the SNES console will come along with 21 video games, which includes the “Star Fox 2,” “The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past,” “Donkey Kong Country,” “Mega Man X,” and “Super Mario Kart,” among others. The Super NES Classic Edition comes with two wired controllers.

Console’s original version

Speaking of Nintendo’s original gaming system [VIDEO], the company will be giving the original NES Classic Edition console a second life in 2018.

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The company launched the console with a $59 price tag. The original NES Classic Edition console features 30 classic video games, including “The Legend of Zelda” and “Super Mario Bros,” among others.

The tech company originally released the NES Classic Edition in November 2016, and the company decided to terminate the device in Spring 2017. But, Kotaku reported that the abolishment of the gaming system was only temporary.

Nonetheless, the confirmation of the Japanese tech company that the gaming systems will be available should relieve game enthusiasts that they might not be able to acquire one. Also, the demand could be untroubled. In spite of that, there is still no guarantee that a person will easily get one.