I bought one an NES Classic a few months ago at my local GameStop, only to rediscover that I don’t like a whole lot of 8-bit Nintendo games. What few games I do like aren’t really among the 30 included titles either.
And so it has sat, mostly unused except for the day I bought it and played a few levels of Super Mario Bros. 3.
Until today when I saw NES Classics being sold on Amazon for several hundred dollars.
Call me a scalper, call me an asshole – I listed mine and it was sold within 15 minutes. Screw it, why keep around a paperweight when you can have $400+?
Suffice to say, I won’t be buying a SNES Classic either, even though I’m a big fan of the SNES. I have emulators for that, or I’ll buy an SNES.