Trending: Nintendo NES Hot Item


Who actually got their hands on a Nintendo NES Classic Edition yesterday? I tried, but was unsuccessful alongside many others. In combination of a short supply and high demand, this is proving to be a hot item for the holiday season. It is however, not uncommon for Nintendo to come into the market with enough to get the public asking for more. In most recent events we can look at the release of the Pokemon GO Plus. Although scarce at this moment, it looks like there will be well enough to go around through the holiday season into the new year according to a tweet from the company yesterday, “The Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition system is a hot item, and we are working hard to keep up with consumer demand. There will be a steady flow of additional systems through the holiday shopping season and into the new year.”

With many reviews flooding the internet on this subject, majority are finding that the best things about the system are first the menu of games provided. Here is the game line up:
* Balloon Fight

* Bubble Bobble

* Castlevania

* Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest

* Donkey Kong

* Donkey Kong Jr.

* Double Dragon II: The Revenge

* Dr. Mario

* Excitebike

* Final Fantasy

* Galaga

* Ghosts N’ Goblins

* Gradius

* Ice Climber

* Kid Icarus

* Kirby’s Adventure

* Mario Bros.

* Mega Man 2

* Metroid

* Ninja Gaiden

* Pac-Man

* Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream

* StarTropics

* Super C

* Super Mario Bros.

* Super Mario Bros. 2

* Super Mario Bros. 3

* Tecmo Bowl

* The Legend of Zelda

* Zelda II: The Adventure of Link

Also, most reviews are saying the software is high quality, it runs flawlessly, the three screen option, and the ability to save the game at any point is awesome!

Now for the many of you, including myself, that will be getting it for nostalgic reasons the three foot cord that tethers you to the television set placing you sitting on the floor will not be too pleasing. In addition, there is no power or home button on the controller for convenience while the system itself is not built with internal Bluetooth support. Nintendo does not sell their own wireless gamepad.

With minor setbacks, the system is portable and ideally symbolizes the childhood of many with modern day kick ass gaming! There is no doubt it will stay at the top of the Christmas list this year!

I’m Malia Mercedes blogging for You can learn more about me at where I’m always boasting Loyal Bloodline!


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