Nintendo NES Classic Edition Production Will Continue, Confirms Company; Rumor Debunked!

The Nintendo Classic Mini NES has been a highly coveted item for many gamers out there, and for those who may not have one to call their own just yet, they can still expect to have opportunities to make that purchase in the future.

It has been reported that Nintendo is looking to ramp up production of the NES Classic Mini to meet rising demand.

Nintendo UK representative sent a statement to TechRadar, breaking their silence on the issue that production of the Nintendo NES Classic Edition has ended. The sad part is all the scalpers who bought one and were selling it for triple its worth on online retailers like Amazon or eBay.

Now, if the most recent reports are true, such prices can even surge to a bigger number.

Roarer apparently stated that Nintendo is halting the manufacturing of the gaming system. The user also claims to have received similar information from other retailers who are now emailing customers to tell them that their NES Classic order "might be cancelled". Then, there will be no more to follow.

Suspend Point slots included in the gaming system will allow players to save their progress and pick up right where they left off some other time.

According to Norwegian retailer Spillsjappa (via GameZone), the NES Classic is only going to be available until the end of April.

We can only regret this when we first knew we soon be able to deliver to everyone and then came kontrabeskjeden that way it won't be.

Well, it would seem that the guy and girls are hard at work, and, recently, they have announced that Nintendo NES Classic owners will soon be able to play games that weren't even created to run on Nintendo. President Tatsumi Kimishima expressed his apologies on Twitter with regard to the product shortage. The console typically comes preloaded with 30 games and includes popular titles such as "The Legend of Zelda", "Super Mario Bros" and "Pac-Man". Kimishima explained that the company took a lot of time procuring certain complex parts of the console, which resulted in late production of the units.

Just a few more shipments of the classic console are expected, with the last shipment of NES Classic Edition stock likely to arrive at the user's Nordic retailer in either April or May.

Vanessa Coleman