Nintendo Classic Mini Double Pack Coming In Japan on September 15th

Nintendo Classic Mini Double Pack

After the huge success of both NES Classic Mini and SNES Classic mini, Japan is getting more classic consoles next month. Nintendo Sale Co., LTD. has announced that they will release the Nintendo Classic Mini Double Pack in September.

This new Classic Mini Double Pack will contain Famicom Classic Mini and Super Famicom Classic Mini and the package will also include a Nintendo USB AC Adapter which will work with both consoles. Having a single wire for both consoles will mean that you will be able to play one console at a time.

Nintendo Classic Mini Double Pack

We can expect these consoles to sell extremely well as well because both NES Classic Mini and SNES Classic Mini sold like the hottest items on the market and they were out of stock everywhere almost instantly. They even outsold the modern gaming consoles such as PS4 and Xbox One during their release months.

The Nintendo Classic Mini Double Pack will be launching exclusively in Japan and there is no official word at the moment that whether this bundle will make it outside Japan or not so if you are based in Japan, sadly you will not be able to purchase this console uncles you want to import it from Japan.

There has been no word on how much the consoles will be produces as well because in cases of NES Classic Mini and SNES Classic Mini, production numbers were very low and many fans were left sad, as they were unable to find a console in their favorite gaming stores.

Nintendo Soup have revealed that the new Classic Mini Double Pack bundle is now online on Amazon Japan and people can pre-order it right now. The price of the bundle has been set at ¥15,077, which amounts to $135 or £105.

If you were unable to get your hands on the previous Classic Mini consoles from Nintendo, you can try your luck on getting your hands on these new bad boys, which are being released on September 15th in Japan.

Let us know in the comments section below about how do you feel the new Mini Classic consoles launching elusively in Japan.

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