Retro Nintendo sells like hot cookies

Retro Nintendo sells like hot cookies
Last month, Nintendo released the NES Classic Edition console, and it has already sold 200,000 copies in the United States.

The console is kind of a relaunch of the original NES model from 1993. It does not take cassettes like the original, but comes with 30 of the classic Nintendo games.

During the one month it has been on sale, the console has sold more than WiiU has achieved during the past six months, according to the website The Verge, and it is also mainly sold in the shop.

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