NES Classic Edition will return to stores this June

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Nintendo promised a restock of the NES Classic in 2018, and they are delivering. If you weren't able to nab one the first time around-you're in luck.

Nintendo has announced NES Classic Edition will return to store shelves next month. The NES Classic will be priced at $59.99, and the recently released SNES Classic will cost $80. It's been all quiet from the company since that announcement, but now, just weeks before E3, we finally know when our next chance to try and buy an NES Classic will be.

For those who are not very familiar, NES Classic Edition consists of 30 games, which includes Metroid, Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Final Fantasy, and Donkey Kong. You don't need to worry about finding space to store all 30 of the games either: They're installed directly on the console. There are settings on the NES Classic for scanlines additional features allow you to save the game at any point. Both it and the SNES Classic are expected to be in regular supply through the end of the year at minimum. Nintendo also released Star Fox 2, a previously unreleased video game, bundled with the game library of the Super Nes Classic.