The NES Classic Mini will go on sale in America on February 1. NES Classic Mini is today a product that can be found only by obtaining unicorn blood. It is a way of saying that it is practically impossible to find a unit of this console in stores.
The reason: the lack of stock despite the promises of Nintendo to supply the product by December. Whoever finds a unit today, as it happened to few is a treasure. And the irony of all this is that, despite its tremendous shortage, the console has sold well, too well.
In America too there has been stock problems, and also with the problem of speculators. Faced with such a bleak picture, the offer that GameStop has just proposed for that territory is a blessing. Yes, NES Classic Mini returns to the United States, but with a condition that causes the price increase.
The American chain of stores has included NES Classic Mini units in indivisible packs that reach prices of 80, 125 and 130 dollars. These packs will go on sale on February 1, and include the following:
For $80: The user will purchase a brand new NES Classic Mini in addition to a Miniboss wireless controller that recreates the form and functionality of the classic NES controller.
For $125: The user will purchase a brand new NES Classic Mini in addition to a back pack of The Legend of Zelda, an official NES controller for NES Classic Mini and two extension cables for the controller.
For $130: This edition includes a brand new NES Classic Mini, a backpack with NES design, a Miniboss wireless controller that recreates the shape and functionality of the classic NES controller and an extension cable for the remote.