Walmart has the NES Classic in stock, and for cheaper than Amazon

Nintendo NES Classic

Nintendo NES Classic

The $59.99 NES Classic Edition is a mini version of the Nintendo Entertainment System that originally launched in 1985. It also comes with a single controller, though two can be used. An Allwinner R16 microchip that's served by four different ARM Cortex-A7 provides most of the NES Classic's power, though an ARM Mali 400 MP2 GPU takes care of images on the screen.

If you're still interested in purchasing a NES Classic, you'll be happy to hear that it'll be available via a diverse selection of retailers.

Nintendo re-released the NES Classic Edition due to its popularity among fans.

NES Classic features 30 built-in games, so gamers don't have to waste time blowing into cartridges.

In the USA, the 2018 NES Classic will go on sale on June 29 and not before.




Less expensive, coming in at a suggested retail price of almost half of its former iteration at $25 (the NES30 model sold for ~$40), the N30 is sleeker than its predecessor as well.

Grab your wallets, gamers: As promised, the highly sought-after NES Classic is back in stock today.

It's official, the NES Classic Edition is back in stock as of tomorrow, June 29! For whatever reason, Nintendo still hasn't managed to meet the demand for these, although the company has stated that they will continue to produce and release them to the North American market as inventory becomes available. If you're lucky, you might be able to snag one in person at various brick-and-mortar locations for Walmart, Best Buy, and Target since stock will likely come in faster.

These retailers are also going to accommodate customers who will be purchasing the NES Classic via their physical stores. Several sources report that the latter already shows that the product is in stock. Get 'em before they're gone!

It's not clear if the stores that are now out of stock will replenish their inventories, just as they did before.

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