Where and how to get a Super NES Classic Edition
You don't want a Super NES Classic Edition console. You need a Super NES Classic Edition Console. You're dying to dive back into Dinosaur World and conquer King Koopa in Super Mario World. You can't wait to return to the days when Final Fantasy 6 was still known to Americans as Final Fantasy 3. You've always wanted to try Earthbound, but $200 is more than you're willing to spend. Plus, the SNES Classic comes with the never-before released Star Fox 2. Maybe it's good. Maybe it's not. Either way, for hardcore fans, receiving a brand new Super Nintendo title in 2017 is something to get excited about.
And then the pre-orders started, and you didn't manage to snag one of Nintendo's stylish mini consoles. That's okay. Neither did the rest of us. While most stores sold out of the SNES Classic immediately, it's not time to panic quite yet. You can still get a Super NES Classic. It's just going to take a lot of time, attention, and patience—or a lot of money. Your choice.