j-parm
j-parm
9/23/18
11:51 PM
1

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

9/23/18
12:36 AM
1

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

9/22/18
9:08 PM
1

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. 

9/22/18
1:31 PM
1

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9/22/18
12:17 PM
1

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.

9/22/18
10:24 AM
1

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. 

9/22/18
9:07 AM
1

Did you happen to find a first part extra NES controller on store shelves too because good lawdy the markups on those

10/14/17
12:49 AM
3

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!