Most recently, Nintendo added another way with the NES Classic - and it's paying off to the tune of the Classic flat-out beating every modern console in June. This is the first time the NES has been the top seller in a hardware survey, as NPD began tracking in 1995 and the original run was discontinued in late 1994.
The NES Classic was June 2018's highest unit-selling hardware platform, while the PlayStation 4 led the market in dollar sales.
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Nintendo's NES Classic led monthly unit sales in the USA for the month of June, according to industry-tracking firm, The NPD Group. Once again though, we saw Nintendo only produce them in pretty low numbers.
At least it is for Nintendo, the Japanese gaming giant that topped the game console sales charts in June with its nostalgia-laced, miniaturized Nintendo Entertainment System. It was so popular that stores had a hard time keeping it in stock, and now, two years later, it's still thriving: In June, it was the best-selling video game console in the United States, earning more sales than the PS4, Xbox One, and the Switch (via Boing Boing). The console had some great games back in the day and if I'm honest, I just want to play Mario 64 all over again. In the meantime, do you have an NES Classic or are you looking to buy one?
England beat India by 31 runs
England captain Joe Root has described the enthralling Test match at Edgbaston as a great advertisement for Test cricket. About getting Alastair Cook out in both the innings in Birmingham , Ashwin said: "They were both same deliveries".
When it comes to hardware with an MSRP of at least $99, PlayStation 4 is king for the month and (thus far) the year. A Nintendo Switch edition was revealed and released during E3. Let us know down in the comments?
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Owens became emotional when talking about his mother, Marilyn Owens Heard, and late grandmother, Alice Black. He's also eighth on the all-time career receptions list (1,078) and third in receiving touchdowns (153).