Ever since the Nintendo Classic Mini NES has been released in November 2016, avid fans of the company wanted to have this retro console on their hands. Nevertheless, there has been scarcity on the stocks of the retro console starting the holiday season last year but now, Argos, Tesco and Amazon are offering the device online.
According to GQ Magazine has noted that video games are really generating a huge amount of income and the high demand for the Nintendo Classic Mini NES is really not surprising. But then, Nintendo underestimated the clamor of its fans for the console resulting to low supply and some frustrated clients who wanted to have the retro device.
The real price of the Nintendo Classic Mini NES is $59.99 but then a lot of buyers are shelling out $150 for the device. Despite the high cost, the consumers still have to keep an eye to spot the availability of the gadget.
Moreover, it seems that the scarcity of the stocks was solved as Daily Express has learned that the Nintendo Classic Mini NES units are now arriving at Argos, Tesco and Amazon. With this, it appears that the scarcity of Nintendo retro console's stocks might end soon.
The Nintendo Classic Mini NES stock at the aforementioned retailer stores seems to be still limited and the hunters of Nintendo's retro console should hurry to obtain a unit. Nevertheless, the Japanese tech giant is already keeping pace in to continue delivering the demands of the consumers who are looking for the device since holiday season last year.
As of now, Argos, Tesco and Amazon have stocks of Nintendo Classic Mini NES online and are ready for grabs. But then, the avid fans of Nintendo should keep in mind that these units can be sold out fast so they should hurry to be able to have one on their hands.