For those of you who have been awaiting for Retro gaming fix, but had to put it on hold this Holiday season due to the Classic NES console being sold out absolutely everywhere, you’re in luck. GameStop has recently stated that U.S stores have received a new stock of the NES Classic Edition, so you’ll definitely want to get your hands on one now if you’ve been interested in picking one up.

Stocks likely won’t last long, as the system has been sold out pretty much everywhere since it’s release on November 11th. Buyers interested in purchasing at GameStop are limited to one purchase of the console, so don’t expect to grab an extra to sell for an inflated price online – if that’s the type of thing you’re into.

 

The NES Classic Edition retails for $59.99 and comes pre-loaded with 30 retro titles which will have you reminiscing for hours on end. While it’s unfortunate that Nintendo did not add a feature where users could import classic titles into the system digitally, hackers have recently found a way to do so by using the systems USB cord that connects to the power supply.