Nintendo could already be well underway in manufacturing a new mini console due for release later this year, reports Eurogamer. Nintendo stopped manufacturing the incredibly popular diminutive NES, as it was never meant to be a perpetually available product. Unless Nintendo plans to sell it at a much higher price tag (than the NES Classic's $59), there's absolutely no reason to think the company couldn't have sold both systems simultaneously with meteoric returns.
This news stems from Eurogamer, where sources close to the company confirmed the SNES Mini.
The Nintendo Classic Mini NES released in November a year ago, selling out immediately and causing multiple site crashes across Australian retailers as small amounts of stock became available.
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The company's latest console just became the fastest selling video game system in the U.S.in the company's history. The NES mini came with 30 titles. Be sure to bookmark this page as we'll update it as more information is revealed. Nintendo Switch's are still hard to find in some places, so that doesn't get our hopes up. Last season's console was among the chart toppers during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so it's nearly certain that the upcoming SNES Mini is going to do the same this year. We got this signal previous year with the NES, and now we're receiving it again with the upcoming SNES.
If Nintendo doesn't screw this up, they could look like they know what their fans want with this possible micro console. It's unclear what games might appear on the purported SNES Classic Edition, but if it's legit you can bet that the trio above will be part of that console's lineup. Who among us would not love to spend a Christmas morning ripping through Donkey Kong Country or the original Super Mario Kart?