SNES Classic is Off to A Rough Start Thanks to Nintendo

With preordders finally going live in North America, it comes to a suprise to no one that Nintendo has dropped the ball again, on the SNES Classic's launch. That within seconds it seems retailers across the region ran out of stock of Nintendo's hot and new classic line of retro hardware. Nintendo breaking their promise back in April when they said, they would make sure to help fix the stock shortages, with the release of the SNES. We' can see that is just not the case. Some retailers holding Snes bundles that range from the normal 80 dollars, all the way to 200 bucks. This has left some many Nintendo fans bitter and upset at the company. but, what effect will this really have, if any, on Nintendo itself. What does Nintendo have to gain by not producing enough consoles. lets find out