Nintendo Nes Price, Release Date: Where To Order & More

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Nintendo NES details

Nintendo has unveiled the classic version of its 80?s gaming console, Nintendo NES. The company has announced the price and the release date of Nintendo NES Classic. Here are the details.

Nintendo NES Classic looks similar to the traditional NES but it is significantly smaller in size. The controller is designed to work just like the iconic rectangular NES gamepad. However, it comes with HDMI connectivity. Its controller can be used with NES Virtual Console games on your Wii or Wii U console by connecting it to a Wii Remote controller.

Nintendo NES price and release date

Nintendo has posted a video on YouTube showing the price and release date of Nintendo NES Classic. The company will release the NES Classic on November 11. It will roll out with a $59.99 price tag and an additional controller will cost $9.99. The NES console will come with 30 pre installed, HD NES classic games. The games include all versions of Mario Bros., Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, Pac-Man, Balloon Fight, Bubble Bobble, Castlevania, and more.

Where to order

Nintendo NES Classic can be booked on Nintendo?s official UK online store. Nintendo Entertainment System + NES Controller Keychain will cost 49.99 pounds. AC adapter is not available in the package as the company doesn?t provide it. Another deal includes 8-Bit Mario Soft Toy on for key chain with same price and other accessories.

NES Classic can be booked on Amazon UK as well. Pre-orders on Amazon are available at same price but they are not offering any complimentary product like keychain or soft toy.

Australian customers can book it on EB Games where it is listed with the price tag of 99.95 AUD. The pre-order is limited to 1 unit per customer.

US customers can add the product to their Amazon wish list. Although, the product is not available for pre-order, customers will receive the notification as soon as the product will be available. Or, keep visiting GameStop as they usually offers pre-orders on games and consoles once it receives allocation numbers from the manufacturer.

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