Back when they were hard to find I managed to get my hands on like 8-9 SNES classics and gave them away as gifts after keeping one for myself. I just happened to be in the right places at the right time and I live in a town where gaming isn't huge so the supply and demand was off haha
There are legitimately dozens of SNES and NES classics in my town. Everyone who wanted one bought one months ago and now they're just kind of there haha
I was at my local Best Buy a week ago and they had both the NES and SNES Classics in stock. I just don’t have the room in my life or on my shelf at the moment. But I'm glad I didn’t break down and pay $200+ dollars for one a couple of months ago. Or several hundred more than that months earlier.
The funny thing about Excitebike is if you have a Nintendo Switch you have 2 other ways you can play it.
This has to be location based. I have seen both Snes and Nes classics readily available everywhere here on store shelves at all points in time. I know for certain I could go out and buy one right now at the first place I stopped. It sucks that people struggled for so long to pick these things up.
The NES Classic Edition has been available in excess at my local Target ever since the restocks rolled out earlier this year. I was surprised to see them in stock given the past furor over the system. Haven’t seen the SNES Classic Edition in any stores, however.
Did you happen to find a first part extra NES controller on store shelves too because good lawdy the markups on those
As soon as I saw this headline I whipped out a disk and showed it to my brother. This is wayyy cool that you noticed, and I never had consciously acknowledged it before. Thanks for sharing!
Two weeks ago, I wrote about my intent to make the best of traveling for work by, among other things, bringing the Nintendo Switch along as a travel companion. Last week, I performed said travel. But there is yet more to do, and very soon at that. Like, “I’m flying back out tomorrow morning” soon.
Let’s see... It is... night. 8 o’clock. And... 37 minutes. I’m setting Pokemon Gold’s in-game clock and setting the time has never been more exciting. Pokemon Gold and Silver were the second generation of Pokemon games and Game Freak found a way to implement a day and night cycle; with an actual clock. In my go around…
As a sixth grade teacher, my students ask me a lot of questions, and I have a lot of influence on them based on how I reply. My new book, 101 Video Games to Play Before You Grow Up, is my response to every student who has ever asked, “What games should I try?”
Welcome to what is a bit of a continuation of my last week’s review of Sonic, as I have become a bit attached to this little console
Back in The TAY is a segment where I go through the fragments of my youth, while sometimes veering off into the nostalgia filled releases of today!