Nintendo is also ending production of Japan’s Famicom Classic

  • by CindyLawson
  • 4 Months ago
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Sad news for the Nintendo supporters in Japan as company is discontinuing its miniature NES Classic console. Not only this but Japanese version of the NES Classic, the Nintendo Classic Mini Family Computer (aka, the Famicon Classic,) will also be ending production.
The Famicom Classic was similar to the NES Classic, offering a lineup of 30 retro games, although it featured a design based off the original Famicom — the Japanese version of Nintendo’s first console before the company redesigned and rebranded it for the US.
Like the NES Classic, though, Nintendo’s statement (as translated by Polygon) does leave some room for the Famicon Mini to return.
For now, though, it looks like any fans still hoping to pick up either version of Nintendo’s diminutive throwback console will be stuck with marked up grey market sellers.

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