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Nintendo Game & Watch Super Mario Bros. EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has Nintendo Game & Watch Super Mario Bros. for $39.99. Shipping is free on $49+ orders.

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Features:
  • Game & Watch Style Handheld System
  • Super Mario Bros. Pre-Installed
  • Full-Color LCD Screen
  • Digital Clock with 35 Animations
  • Integrated Control Pad and Buttons
  • Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels
  • Mario-Themed Game & Watch: Ball Game

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Key Features
  • Game & Watch Style Handheld System
  • Super Mario Bros. Pre-Installed
  • Full-Color LCD Screen
  • Digital Clock with 35 Animations
  • Integrated Control Pad and Buttons
  • Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels
  • Mario-Themed Game & Watch: Ball Game

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The build quality on these is nice, but the hardware is extremely stripped down to the point that it loses its appeal for a lot of people. At least with the mini consoles you could mod and load a ton of extra games on them. This unit is more complicated to mod and doesn't have much memory. They would of been much more popular if they had the memory to load a decent NES library on them, but they don't.
I really like mine and my 5yo loves it even more. I honestly feel this thing would be an even bigger hit if it included SMB2 & 3 as opposed to just 1 & Lost Levels. There really is no reason not to include all of them other than the typical wtf decision by Nintendo.
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These things are surprisingly still in stock at a lot of places like Target. I was expecting them to sell out like the mini consoles.
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These things are surprisingly still in stock at a lot of places like Target. I was expecting them to sell out like the mini consoles.
Yeah me too. I wonder if this is a sign of deals to come. But I have a feeling it will be random clearance sales like this. There won't be an official sale from Nintendo.
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These things are surprisingly still in stock at a lot of places like Target. I was expecting them to sell out like the mini consoles.
It's definitely strange to see a Nintendo "collector's piece" have enough of a manufacturing run to keep up with any demand. Or is it the demand on this device just THAT low?

Nonetheless, I remember when Sony Vita PlayStation TV devices were plentiful and getting marked down to $30 at Walmarts. They couldn't give them away... But now they are $250+ on the used market. Initial demand/supply/sales aren't a sign of future value or availability.
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Quote from djseifer :
These things are surprisingly still in stock at a lot of places like Target. I was expecting them to sell out like the mini consoles.
The build quality on these is nice, but the hardware is extremely stripped down to the point that it loses its appeal for a lot of people. At least with the mini consoles you could mod and load a ton of extra games on them. This unit is more complicated to mod and doesn't have much memory. They would of been much more popular if they had the memory to load a decent NES library on them, but they don't.
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The build quality on these is nice, but the hardware is extremely stripped down to the point that it loses its appeal for a lot of people. At least with the mini consoles you could mod and load a ton of extra games on them. This unit is more complicated to mod and doesn't have much memory. They would of been much more popular if they had the memory to load a decent NES library on them, but they don't.
That's the last thing Nintendo wants is for people to hack their hardware and put ROMs on them. Whether or not it helps sales is irrelevant to them.
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I really like mine and my 5yo loves it even more. I honestly feel this thing would be an even bigger hit if it included SMB2 & 3 as opposed to just 1 & Lost Levels. There really is no reason not to include all of them other than the typical wtf decision by Nintendo.
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It's definitely strange to see a Nintendo "collector's piece" have enough of a manufacturing run to keep up with any demand. Or is it the demand on this device just THAT low?

Nonetheless, I remember when Sony Vita PlayStation TV devices were plentiful and getting marked down to $30 at Walmarts. They couldn't give them away... But now they are $250+ on the used market. Initial demand/supply/sales aren't a sign of future value or availability.
I mean, there's probably a good margin on these so they wanted to sell as many as possible. I bought one at release and I was a pretty disappointed at the build quality. I'm sure the LCD is the major cost here but even then, it's hard to gauge the quality of the LCD since it's display some relatively simple graphics.
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Too much. Get a Chinese handheld which you can run some emulators and have your own roms. More flexibility for less cost. This thing is too expensive
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I want Nintendo to stay in business so I'm not buying the cheap knockoffs. Plus Nintendo has the best customer service. Thanks! I bought 2!
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Too much. Get a Chinese handheld which you can run some emulators and have your own roms. More flexibility for less cost. This thing is too expensive
I agree if you want to run a library of games. But nobody things this is the same as an emulation handled. Not really the same market.
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