With the SNES Classic, Nintendo is clearly aiming it at the old players (like me) who have very fond memories of the console way back then. Well, so far so good, it seems to be working — even in Japan! The Nintendo Classic Mini Super Famicom, which is the Japanese equivalent of the SNES Classic has already sold over 368,913 units in its first four days of release!
This was revealed by Famitsu, with the sales numbers listed for the dates of October 5, which was when the Nintendo Classic Mini Super Famicom was released, until October 8. It’s safe to say that the SNES Classic is a hit worldwide, and it’s easy to see why.
For those who manage to get one, you can add more games by using this easy tutorial we posted yesterday.