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11 October 2017, 07:59 | Justin Tyler
SNES Classic Edition Back In Stock At GameStop And ThinkGeek This Week
Despite Nintendo asserting it would produce and ship far more stock of the Super NES Classic Edition/Mini Super Famicom than it did predecessor NES Classic Edition/Mini NES, the miniaturized early-90s console still sold out at most stores within hours of launching.
However we should point out the glaring differences in both consoles, where the SNES Classic is priced at a fraction of the Switch, meaning that it makes it more accessible to the more casual gamer. With the NES Classic re-release happening in Summer 2018 there is really no reason for Nintendo to add another retro system into the mix next year.
The discovery of new Game Boy-related trademarks from Nintendo of Japan have set off speculation that a new release with Classic Edition branding might be in the works.
It doesn't specify the name on the trademark, but it covers a variety of "home video game console" programs as well as "programs for smartphones", "smartphone cases", "smartphone covers", as well as "key holders", "necklaces", and "watches".
Though we wouldn't object to a Game Boy Classic Mini at all, there are some limitations to it. There were 1,049 games released for the handheld, so Nintendo shouldn't have any trouble choosing a couple of dozen.
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