After the bad experience with the Mini NES, produced in limited copies and then resold by jackals at stellar prices, Nintendo seems to have learned the lesson and in fact is producing much more abundant quantities of its last small console, the Mini SNES.
"I strongly urge you not to bid for a SNES Classic Mini on one of the auction sites. You should not pay more than $ 79.99. "
These are the statements of the president of Nintendo of America Reggie Fils-Aime. They were also widespreadcustomer inputs that use bots to instantly access console pre-orders, which, however, can still easily be found at various online retailers.
Also, via the site BusinessWire, we also know that Nintendo, starting next year, will also market the Mini NES, with good luck from the profit-makers who are still trying to sell it to over € 300.