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You might be able to buy a SNES Classic from ThinkGeek—but there’s a catch

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You don’t need us to tell you that Nintendo’s NES Classic and SNES Classic are notoriously hard to come by, with online restocks selling out in seconds and shoppers lining up well before doors open for the chance to pick up the retro consoles.

It’s super frustrating, especially as the holiday season is well underway and everyone is looking for the hottest tech gifts. Nintendo is notorious about underproducing its consoles, pissing off retailers and customers alike.  Read more…

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