The SNES Classic has been in high demand since its release in late September of 2017 and continues to be arguably the best selling retro based game console of the 10’s decade so far. It has been recently announced that Nintendo has recently shipped at least 1.7 million SNES Classic units worldwide and while the pre orders for the retro based game console sold out very fast prior to its release some are wondering whether or not they will all be purchased by consumers who are obsessed with 16 bit gaming.  

While it’s tough to speculate how manyunits the  SNES Classic will sell within its first year the console should definitely sell at least 1.7 million units worldwide within two to three years unless Nintendo decides to go as far as to create a N64 Mini in the future.  

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