SNES Classic Edition Back In Stock At GameStop And ThinkGeek This Week

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As the company informed Glixel today, Super NES Classic Edition will be back in stock today at GameStop and ThinkGeek while shipments will start shortly after on October 12th for U.S stores.

According to a post on Famitsu and subsequent thread on NeoGAF, the SNES Classic has sold over 368,000 units in just four days.

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Those still hunting for a SNES Classic Edition in the United States have at least two options for where they have a chance to buy one this week. So it goes with retro gaming, and no company knows that better than Nintendo, which has been rebooting classic games with miniaturized versions of legacy consoles, including its original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES Classic Edition) and Super NES (SNES Classic Edition).

After the resounding success of the NES Classic and the apparent success of its predecessor, what's next for the big N? Perhaps it's thinking about giving the Game Boy the same Classic treatment? Though its games would arguably be easier to emulate than those of the Nintendo 64, it'd be hard to create a miniature Game Boy that's affordable and true to the original and include a screen. This trademark covers a wide range of subjects, from "programs for home video game machines, to smartphones cases, smartphone covers, key rings, cards, and necklaces". Furthermore, not all games may work properly, especially since it was not officially released by Nintendo.