For everyone who has been hunting for a SNES Classic Mini, Nintendo has a treat for you.
Right now, the official Nintendo UK Store has stock in for the much-wanted retro device.
Costing £69.99, the official site is currently limiting fans to just one purchase.
This has become normal policy, following how high demand has been for the SNES and NES Classics.
There’s no clear indication on how long the new stock will be available for, or how much there is.
Like in the past, units will likely move very quickly, although demand may have lowered slightly since its initial release.
There’s also no indication from other retailers that new SNES Classic stock has arrived this weekend, so the official Nintendo Store is your best bet for now.
Unfortunately, a similar refresh for fans in the United States has not been recorded, which could mean waiting for the next update from Gamestop and Target.
The Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Edition has been a huge success, with the tiny console selling out fast whenever it’s come into stock.
The SNES Classic Mini is the second retro revival Nintendo have released, and followed hot on the heels of the NES Classic Mini.
Now fans of Nintendo’s former console wars rival Sega have been left hoping their favourite game systems could be getting the mini treatment soon.
Just before Christmas last year it was revealed that Sega and retro clone hardware makers Retro-bit were working together.
Retro-Bit have made a number of retro consoles, including the Super Retro Trio which plays NES, SNES and Mega Drive games.
And the firm have agreed a licensing agreement with SEGA, to make accessories for ALL of Sega’s gaming platforms.
This includes much-loved consoles like the Sega Dreamcast, the Sega Mega Drive and the Sega Saturn.
Products that are in the pipeline includes accessories for original Sega consoles which use the original console port but have modern upgrades.
And now the first of these products has now been revealed at CES 2018.
Retro-Bit have unveiled Bluetooth controllers for the Sega Mega Drive and Sega Dreamcast, as well as S-Video cables for the two consoles.
These new controllers replicate the exact design of the original, with the boxes featuring the original branding for the consoles.