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Nintendo Norway Warns Consumers Of Possibility Of Not Meeting SNES Mini Demand

On Facebook, Nintendo Norway has sent out a message warning consumers that they may not be able to keep up with the extremely high demand for the upcoming SNES Mini. Nintendo is trying to reassure fans about the stock levels; they’re saying that they’re working with retailers to alleviate the issue. You can check out the post below but thanks to Sam76r1n on Reddit, we have a translation which can be found at the bottom of this post.


We have already noticed that there is an incredibly great interest in this new game console, and there is a great risk that the offer fails to meet the demand. From Bergsala, we have talked to all our dealers so they know exactly how many copies they will receive, and at the time of writing, there is no indication that we will be able to access more consoles in Norway at a later date. To determine if you want to get a console, please contact a retailer who will sell the console and make sure they have enough consoles to handle their pre-orders. Please note, however, that not all resellers accept advance orders, so contact your resellers in order to inquire about it.


27 thoughts on “Nintendo Norway Warns Consumers Of Possibility Of Not Meeting SNES Mini Demand”

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      ||And be ready to pay 150€ for the Swedish one because we are that greedy…||

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    1. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4; Awaiting Greatness on Nintendo Switch!}

      They have yet to make amends with the shitty stock of a lot of amiibo that many, like myself, still want. So good luck to you, Brisk, as you guys are gonna need it.

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