A Norwegian retailer, Spillsjappa, has confirmed that the NES Classic will only be available until April, after that, there will be no more NES Classic Mini's available from the general distributor of the device in Nordic countries. The translation of the confirmation is rough at best, but the general idea of the post is that the Nordic Nintendo importer Bergsala AB has expired (or discontinued) the NES Classic. The last deliveries of the console will be sent out in March and April, "then it's over." The retailer will send out emails to those who had pre-ordered the console and will not be receiving it.
The NES Classic has been notoriously hard to get a hold of. The device has been sold out since it first launched in November 2016 and hasn't seen much respite from the shortage. Even high-level game industry folks have... read more