Hence, buyers should expect plenty of SNES classic consoles in stores by September 29.
For what it's worth, Nintendo is promising that the SNES Classic will be more readily available than the NES Classic, even if pre-orders have played out exactly as they did before.
"I would strongly urge you not to over-bid on an SNES Classic on any of the auction sites.You shouldn't [have to] pay more than $79.99 [£60.55]."
Additionally, Fils-Aimé said it wasn't a question of lacking supply, and he urged potential customers not to turn to third-party re-sellers to buy one.
When pre-orders went live for the console in late August, it was a complete mess.
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Earlier this year, Nintendo discontinued the NES Classic less than six months after its November 2016 launch. Turn that frown upside-down my friend because, if Reggie Fils-Aime is to be believed, the holy house of Nintendo is going to take care of those greedy hoarders.
While it's nice to hear that Nintendo is doing all they can to manufacture more Switch units, the truth of the matter is that Super Mario Odyssey is coming and some prospective Switch owners are going to be left out in the cold come winter.
He did not want to go into specifics about which parts in the supply chain have created problems, and when FT pressed him, he would only say that "there are multiple choke points".
Either way, we reckon that if you want a Switch or have promised to get someone the console for Christmas, you ought to start throwing money at Nintendo and authorised retailers.
However, given that's never been the company's style, and we can expect more shortages throughout the holiday season.