The SNES Classic may have been released in late September, but ever since then, it has been sold out both online and in-stores, that is unless…you make your way to brick and mortar Best Buy stores tomorrow morning. If you don’t mind paying nearly double the cost, there’s always auction sites and Craigslist. “The Super NES Classic Edition will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Our stores will offer a ticketing process before we open for customers waiting in line – the same ticketing process we’ll offer for the Saturday doorbuster deals. We will only pass out as many tickets as we have systems available, with a limit of one per customer. Super NES Classic Edition will not be available on BestBuy.com,” said the company. Continue reading for teardown and in-depth review videos.
“The Super NES Classic plugs directly into any HD TV, and includes games like Super Mario World, Super Mario Kart and Super Metroid, as well as the previously unreleased Star Fox 2. If you want one, get there early – these limited supplies are likely to evaporate as quickly as people can get their hands on them,” reports The Verge.