Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition mini console is coming back. After disappearing from store shelves, the NES Classic is returning next year. But that’s not all: the Super NES Classic will continue to be shipped through 2018. Originally launched in November 2016, the Nintendo Classic Mini Famicom was also discontinued this spring, but only temporarily. At that time, Nintendo stated, “When manufacturing resumes, we will provide information at another time on this homepage.” Nintendo said in a release today that last year’s popular but hard to find miniature version of the Nintendo Entertainment System will return to store shelves next summer. In their press release, Nintendo promises that more SNES Classic units will ship on launch day than there were for the NES Classic during its lifespan. Nintendo says, “Fans have shown their unbridled enthusiasm for these Classic Edition systems, so Nintendo is working to put many more of them on store shelves.”

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