Demand for the SNES Classic Edition has been high after selling out instantly online and recently through Amazon’s Treasure Truck Program.

Another chance in acquiring the highly sought-after mini retro video game system will be available this week courtesy of GameStop and its sub-branch ThinkGeek, who have just announced that they have received more in stock.

According to a statement shared by GameSpot, availability at GameStop and ThinkGeek retail locations start today and stores should "have their full allotment by Thursday, October 12, at the latest."

While you should first call your local store to inquire about availability, both retailers will begin selling the unit online tomorrow, Wednesday, October 11 with the standalone systems priced at $80 USD and bundles to be available as well.

In other news, BlackBerry launches a new keyboard-less motion smartphone.

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